Montgomeryville Car Accident Lawyer

Dedicated Personal Injury Lawyers Help Car Accident Victims Recover Compensation from Negligent Drivers in Montgomeryville, PA

Getting into a car accident can lead to serious consequences for the drivers and passengers involved in the accident, including significant, long-lasting injuries, loss of income due to missed work, and pain and suffering. When you are injured in a car accident through no fault of your own, you deserve to seek compensation from those responsible for your accident, whether the at-fault party is another negligent driver, the manufacturer of a defective part in your vehicle, or a local or state government whose negligent road maintenance led to dangerous road conditions.

Pursuing compensation in a car accident claim is not always an easy task, especially when it is not necessarily clear how the accident occurred or who may have been at fault for the accident. In addition, insurance companies will try to use every trick in the book to avoid as much liability as possible to injured car accident victims. If you or a loved one have been involved in a Montgomeryville car accident that wasn’t your fault, you need an aggressive, experienced attorney who will fight to get you the full and fair compensation you deserve. Contact Rubin, Glickman, Steinberg & Gifford, P.C. today to schedule a free case review with one of our experienced car accident attorneys and learn more about how we can help you secure the financial recovery you need and deserve.

Common Reasons Why Car Accidents Happen

The majority of car accidents occur as a result of the negligence or recklessness of one or more motorists on the road. Some of the most common reasons why car accidents happen include:

  • Speeding
  • Distracted driving, caused by cell phone use, adjusting the car radio/infotainment, eating or drinking, grooming or applying makeup, or interacting with other occupants of the vehicle
  • Aggressive or reckless driving, such as tailgating, weaving in and out of traffic, or excessive speeding
  • Failure to stop at stop signs and red lights
  • Unsafe lane changes, caused by failure to signal or check mirrors and blind spots
  • Unsafe turns, including failing to signal and failing to yield to oncoming traffic
  • Driving under the influence of drugs and/or alcohol
  • Drowsy or fatigued driving

Of course, there are other causes that can trigger or contribute to car accidents that are not driver-negligence related. Many car accidents are caused by bad weather, such as precipitation that causes slick roads, snow and ice (including black ice) on road surfaces, or heavy rainfall or snowfall or fog that reduces visibility. Car accidents can also happen due to road conditions, such as potholes or broken pavement or debris in the roadway. Finally, some car accidents happen due to defective or worn vehicle parts, such as tires or brakes.

At Rubin, Glickman, Steinberg & Gifford, P.C., Our Montgomeryville Car Accident Attorneys Fight to Get You the Financial Recovery and Justice You Deserve

In some car accident cases, it is easy to determine who was at fault for the accident and the extent of financial damages accident victims have incurred. But when an at-fault party denies liability for your accident or tries to argue that you were partially to blame for the accident, or if you require extensive treatment and care for your injuries, it can become much more difficult to secure the recovery you deserve in your car accident claim.

When you choose Rubin, Glickman, Steinberg & Gifford to help you pursue your Montgomeryville car accident claim, our attorneys will put their extensive experience in car accident claims to work to develop a strong, persuasive argument to show how your accident was caused by the other party and establish the extent of your past and future damages so that you get the full compensation you deserve. Our team won’t back down and will aggressively pursue full and fair financial recovery in your case, whether that be through a negotiated settlement with the insurance companies or by advocating on your behalf in court and at trial.

Contact Our Firm Today to Schedule a Free Case Evaluation with One of Our Montgomeryville Car Accident Lawyers

If you or a loved one have been injured in a car accident caused by another negligent or reckless driver, you deserve compensation and justice for your injuries and damages. Let the experienced Montgomeryville car accident attorneys of Rubin, Glickman, Steinberg & Gifford get to work hold careless drivers accountable for causing your injuries and damages. Schedule a free, no-obligation initial case review to discuss the details of your accident and to learn more about your legal rights and options for pursuing the maximum financial recovery you deserve.

About Montgomeryville, PA

Montgomeryville is a Census-designated place in Montgomery County, Pennsylvania, that is a less densely-populated suburb of Philadelphia located about 30 miles northwest of the Philadelphia city center. Located in the North Penn Valley region, Montgomeryville was ranked in a 2010 survey as one of the top 10 most affordable suburbs in America. Montgomeryville’s commercial and shopping district is centered on the Five Points or Five Corners intersection, an intersection of three highways leading off in five directions.

Frequently Asked Questions about Car Accidents in Montgomeryville, PA

FAQ: Can I still receive compensation even if I was partially at fault for the accident?

Potentially yes. Pennsylvania follows a comparative negligence rule. Under this rule, an injured plaintiff’s contributory negligence will not bar him or her from recovering compensation, provided that his or her share of fault does not exceed the collective fault of all the other parties responsible for the accident — in other words, you can still recover compensation so long as you are not more than 50 percent at fault for the accident. However, if you are partially responsible for your car accident and injuries, your compensation will be reduced by the percentage of fault that you bear for the accident.

FAQ: What do I do if the other driver doesn’t have insurance or enough insurance coverage to pay for all my damages?

If the driver who caused your car accident doesn’t have car insurance, or if his or her insurance coverage isn’t enough to pay for all your damages, you may be entitled to turn to your own car insurance policy if you have uninsured or underinsured motorist coverage. This coverage kicks in when you are involved in a motor vehicle accident caused by a driver who lacks insurance or whose insurance coverage does not pay for all your damages.