Strong Representation For Car Collision Injury Victims
All drivers have a responsibility to handle their vehicles in a manner that ensures the safety of the drivers sharing the road with them. When they fail to do so and serious collisions happen as a result, injury victims often have grounds to seek compensation for their medical care, loss of income, property damage and other losses.
If you have been injured by a negligent driver, his or her insurance company will do anything possible to settle your case for the lowest possible amount. In some cases, adjusters will try to say that their insured was not at fault. In others, they will deny that you suffered any serious injuries and offer a lowball settlement before you have even seen a doctor. Be sure that you have a reliable personal injury lawyer with the ability to protect your interests.
Seeking Maximum Compensation For Pennsylvania Auto Collision Victims
At the law firm of Graham & Mauer, P.C., car collisions are the primary focus of our personal injury practice. We represent injury victims in Chester County, Carlisle County and Cumberland County and throughout eastern and central Pennsylvania in a broad range of these cases. We take the time to gain a complete understanding of your injuries and work to ensure that you receive the medical care you need to make a complete recovery.
Our attorneys are skilled litigators who prepare every case as if it will go to trial. We provide complete documentation to the insurance company that shows the losses you have suffered and the compensation necessary to accommodate them. We work hard to obtain a fair settlement, but stand ready to take your case to court if the insurance company is unwilling to negotiate in good faith.
Speak With An Attorney About Your Car Collision Claim
Contact one of our offices in Valley Forge or Harrisburg to discuss your injury claim with an attorney. We offer a free initial consultation on car, train collision, and bicycle accidents to every client. You can reach us by phone at 610-933-3333 to schedule an appointment. An attorney will answer the phone when you call. If you prefer, you may also contact us via email.