Montgomery County Car Accident Lawyers
Helping Injured Victims Obtain The Compensation They Deserve
Aggressive and effective car accident representation is what we are known for at the law office of Solomon, Berschler, Campbell & Thomas, P.C. From the moment you enter our office, our commitment to efficiency, responsiveness, and service will be evident. We do everything we can to minimize the stress of this difficult time.
- Listen to the details of your accident and injury
- Review your insurance policy to determine what kind of car insurance you have and the compensation you could receive
- Explain the effect of full tort versus limited tort insurance policies and how that will affect your case
- Explain how uninsured and underinsured motorist coverage can provide additional compensation for you if the other driver did not have enough insurance to pay your medical bills and expenses as well as your pain and suffering
- Review the opportunity for a dram shop case if the driver who hit your car was drunk
When you hire one of our Montgomery County car accident attorneys, we will immediately begin an independent investigation into the accident. We visit the scene of the accident to take photographs and interview any witnesses. We may engage an accident reconstruction expert to help us analyze the crash wreck.
Have you been involved in a car accident in Montgomery County, PA? Call Solomon, Berschler, Campbell & Thomas, P.C. today at (610) 624-2006 or contact us online to schedule a meeting with our Montgomery County car accident lawyer!
Common Injuries Caused by Car Accidents in Montgomery County, PA
Car accidents in Montgomery County, Pennsylvania, can result in a variety of injuries, including:
- Head and brain injuries
- Spinal cord injuries
- Broken bones
- Internal organ damage
- Concussions and traumatic brain injuries
- Minor cuts and bruises
Head and brain injuries, such as concussions and traumatic brain injuries, can result from the head being struck or jolted during a car accident and can cause symptoms such as headaches, memory loss, and changes in mood or behavior. Spinal cord injuries can result from the impact of the collision or from being thrown around inside the vehicle and can lead to paralysis and other serious complications. Broken bones, including fractures, can occur from the force of the impact or from being thrown around inside the vehicle. Internal organ damage can be caused by the impact of the collision or by being struck by flying objects. Whiplash, caused by the sudden movement of the head and neck during a crash, can lead to pain, stiffness, and difficulty moving the neck. Minor cuts and bruises may also occur in a car accident, although these injuries are generally less severe.
Statute of Limitations for Car Accidents in Pennsylvania
In the state of Pennsylvania, the statute of limitations for filing a personal injury lawsuit arising from a car accident is generally two years from the date of the accident. This means that an individual injured in a car accident has two years from the accident date to file a lawsuit seeking damages for their injuries. It is important to note that this time limit may be extended in certain circumstances, such as if the injured party was a minor at the time of the accident or if the injury was not immediately apparent. If the statute of limitations expires before a lawsuit is filed, an individual may be barred from recovering damages for their injuries. It is, therefore, crucial for individuals injured in a car accident in Montgomery County to seek legal advice as soon as possible to ensure that their rights are protected and that their case is filed within the applicable statute of limitations.
Fast & Efficient Handling of Your Claim
We recognize that our clients are often greatly concerned about the time it will take to get compensated for their injuries. They are worried about the medical bills and the time off work. At our law firm, your case will continue. We aggressively and swiftly pursue all sources of financial recovery in your accident as we move your case toward a successful conclusion.
We caution our car accident clients only to accept a settlement offer after knowing the full extent of their injuries. You have only one opportunity to make a financial recovery. It needs to cover your property damage and lost wages, as well as current AND future medical bills relating to your injuries in the car crash and compensation for your pain and suffering.
Back and neck injuries can worsen before they get better … or you could end up with chronic pain syndrome from your back injury.
Symptoms of a head injury may resolve in a month or two … or you may find yourself dealing with memory lapses or confusion a year after your car accident.
Contact Our Car Accident Attorneys Today
Distracted drivers on Route 309 or 202, drivers on cell phones on the Pennsylvania Turnpike, drivers who are texting while driving along the Blue Route or Northeast Extension, drivers are putting on makeup along Highways 276 or 476, and speeding drivers along Highway 76 — when this type of negligence results in injury or a fatal accident with wrongful death, someone has to be held accountable.
Contact Solomon, Berschler, Campbell & Thomas, P.C. today to schedule a FREE consultation with our Montgomery County car accident lawyer!