Montgomeryville Personal Injury
Compassionate Attorneys Help Clients Recover from Personal Injury Accidents
When you have suffered serious injury in an accident, you already know the feeling of having your life turned upside down in an instant. You may be facing the prospect of weeks or months of physical recovery, all the while having to miss work during your recovery and losing out on income you need to support yourself and your family or to help pay for your treatments and care. But when your accident and injuries are the result of someone else’s willful, reckless, or negligent conduct, it can also leave you feeling angry at the prospect of having to face the difficulties caused by serious injuries due to someone else’s fault.
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Fortunately, the law may allow you to hold those responsible for your accident and injuries accountable to provide you with the compensation you need and deserve for your treatment and care, lost income, and pain and suffering. But pursuing a personal injury claim is not always an easy task. At-fault parties may try to reject liability or argue that you were at fault for your injuries. You need experienced legal representation in your corner who will fight to hold those who have caused your injuries accountable to provide you with the financial compensation you need to help you through your recovery. Contact the Montgomeryville personal injury attorneys of Rubin, Glickman, Steinberg & Gifford, P.C. today to learn more about how our firm can help you maximize your recovery in your personal injury case.
Types of Personal Injury Cases Our Firm Handles
At Rubin, Glickman, Steinberg & Gifford, our experienced Montgomeryville personal injury attorneys have the expertise and skill to handle the wide variety of personal injury claims that our clients may have, including:
- Car Accident Lawyers
- Truck Accident Lawyers
- Slip and Fall Accident Lawyers
- Dram Shop Liability Lawyers, holding bars and restaurants accountable when accidents and injuries occur because the establishment over-served a patron
- Construction Site Accident Lawyers
- Dog Bite Accident Lawyers
- Dangerous & Defective Product Lawyers
- Nursing Home Care Injury Lawyers
- Wrongful Death Lawyers, or when you and your family lose a loved one due to the legal fault of another party or parties
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For over 65 years, the personal injury attorneys at Rubin, Glickman, Steinberg & Gifford have helped injured accident victims pursue compensation for their injuries and damages. We use our team’s extensive knowledge and our firm’s resources to prove how someone else’s negligence caused your injury and accident. Our firm can help you secure the financial recovery you need and deserve regardless of the type of accident you have suffered, whether you were involved in a motor vehicle accident or suffered an injury due to a dangerous or hazardous condition on someone else’s property.
Rubin, Glickman, Steinberg & Gifford, P.C. Fight to Protect the Rights and Interests of Injured Accident Victims throughout Pennsylvania
Seeking compensation after you have suffered injury through no fault of your own, due to the negligent or reckless acts of another party, can be a difficult, time-consuming process. At-fault parties and insurance companies may try to deny liability for your accident and injuries. When you have the dedicated personal injury lawyers of Rubin, Glickman, Steinberg & Gifford in your corner, our firm will aggressively pursue maximum compensation for your injuries and damages. Our attorneys will thoroughly investigate the facts and circumstances of your accident so that we can build a strong, persuasive legal argument to show how your accident and injuries occurred and how the defendant was at fault for causing your accident and injuries.
We will aggressively negotiate with the insurance companies and defense lawyers to try to secure a settlement of your case as effectively as possible while still providing you with full and fair compensation. Of course, our skilled litigators are fully prepared to take your case to court and to trial, if it becomes necessary to give you the best opportunity for securing maximum financial recovery in your case.
Schedule a Free Consultation to Speak with a Knowledgeable Personal Injury Lawyer at Rubin, Glickman, Steinberg & Gifford Today
If you or a loved one have been injured through no fault of your own in Montgomeryville, you deserve to hold those responsible for causing your injuries accountable to provide you with the financial compensation you need for your recovery. Contact Rubin, Glickman, Steinberg & Gifford to schedule a free, no-obligation initial consultation with one of our Montgomeryville personal injury attorneys to discuss your case and learn more about your legal rights and options and how our firm can help maximize your financial recovery in your personal injury case.
About Montgomeryville, PA
Montgomeryville is a Census-designated place located in Montgomery County, Pennsylvania. A suburb of Philadelphia located approximately 30 miles from the city center, Montgomeryville is a part of the North Penn Valley region. Montgomeryville is home to the Five Points, an intersection of PA 309, PA 463, and US 202, which creates five roads leading away from the intersection, which serves as a major shopping hub for the community. In a 2010 Forbes survey, Montgomeryville ranked fifth on a list of the U.S.’s top 10 affordable suburbs.
Frequently Asked Questions about Personal Injury
If you have been injured due to the wrongful acts of another party, you may be entitled to claim compensation for damages that you have suffered as a result of your injuries, including past and future medical expenses, costs of long-term care, lost wages, lost earning capacity, loss of enjoyment or quality of life, pain and suffering, and loss of companionship for your spouse or other family members.
Generally speaking, under Pennsylvania’s statute of limitations you have two years from the date of your injury to file a lawsuit to claim compensation for your injuries and damages. This limitations period can be extended if you could not reasonably discover the facts underlying your cause of action. If you don’t file your lawsuit prior to the expiration of the limitations period in your case, the court can permanently dismiss your suit and you will lose your right to seek compensation.