Newtown Car Accident Lawyers

Seasoned Car Accident Lawyers at Rubin, Glickman, Steinberg & Gifford, P.C. Represent Accident Victims in Newtown and Surrounding Communities

Despite the name, car accidents are actually rarely true accidents—in most cases, one driver’s negligent or reckless actions can be identified as the cause of the accident, which could have been prevented if that driver had exercised the care necessary to protect the safety of everyone on the roadways. If you were injured in a Newtown car accident, you may quickly become frustrated when another party’s negligent driving has caused you to suffer mounting medical expenses, unpaid absences from work and the pain and suffering of physical recovery.

Unfortunately, insurance companies often do not provide comprehensive settlement offers and a negligent driver may argue that he or she was not responsible for the accident, adding further complications to your recovery. If this is the case, you need the expertise of a car accident lawyer who you can trust to make sure you recover full and fair compensation from the parties who caused the accident. At Rubin, Glickman, Steinberg & Gifford, P.C., we are serious about holding negligent drivers responsible for their actions and will work tirelessly to make sure you obtain the financial compensation that you deserve.

We Handle All Types of Newtown Car Accident Cases

At Rubin, Glickman, Steinberg & Gifford, P.C., we handle all types of car accident cases—no case is too small, and no case is too complex for our experienced team of personal injury lawyers. Whether you are having problems with the insurance claims process or wish to pursue a more extensive claim for compensation against the at-fault driver in your case, we are here to help. Every car accident case is different, and we have successfully represented clients who have been injured in:

Regardless of how you were injured, if another party’s negligence contributed to the accident, you may have the right to recover compensation from that person and his or her insurance company.

Our Car Accident Lawyers Will Individually Tailor an Effective and Strategic Plan for Recovering Compensation in Your Newtown Case

At Rubin, Glickman, Steinberg & Gifford, P.C., our experienced Newtown car accident lawyers take the time to investigate your case in order to uncover all available evidence to establish your right to recover compensation from negligent third parties. Every driver is responsible for driving safely to protect others on the roadways, and we will work to prove that the at-fault driver breached that duty, whether by:

Schedule a Free Initial Consultation for Advice About Your Newtown Car Accident Case Today

Determining the best route for recovering compensation for injuries you have sustained in a car accident can be complicated, and negotiating with the insurance companies is often intimidating, especially when you are trying to recover from your injuries. Call our skilled team of Newtown car accident lawyers to schedule a free consultation to discuss your accident and injuries or send us a confidential email. For your convenience, we have two offices that are located at 2605 N. Broad Street, Colmar, PA 18915 and 12 Penns Trail, Suite 145, Newtown, PA 18940. We provide free and convenient parking for all of our clients.

About Newtown, PA

Newtown Township is located in Bucks County, Pennsylvania, not far from Philadelphia, and has a population of approximately 20,000 residents. Newtown served as the original county seat of Bucks County from 1726 until 1813, after which the county seat was moved to Doylestown. Today, Newtown Township surrounds the much smaller Newtown Borough, which has an independent local government. The median income in Newtown Township is high, at around $80,532 per household and $91,923 per family. Residents are attracted to Newtown by the many parks and recreational facilities in the area, which include Chandler Fields, Clark Nature Center, Tyler State Park, and Newtown Skate Park.

FAQ: I was injured in a car accident, and other at-fault driver’s insurance company is refusing to pay because they claim the accident was partially my fault. Do I have the right to recover compensation if they can show I was partly to blame?

Pennsylvania follows a comparative negligence law that does not prohibit you from recovering compensation for your injuries from a negligent party as long as you were less negligent than the other party. Even if you were partially responsible for the accident, you may still be able to recover compensation. Despite this, your overall compensation award will be reduced to reflect your own degree of fault. For example, if you were found to be 20 percent at fault, and awarded compensation of $100,000, you will only be entitled to recover $80,000 (i.e., your award is reduced by 20 percent, your degree of fault).

FAQ: How will the insurance company or judge be able to determine my degree of fault in a car accident?

Determining each party’s degree of fault in a car accident case is not an exact science. All of the facts and circumstances of the case will be examined, and all available evidence will be used to establish fault. Our experienced car accident lawyers will investigate and argue on your behalf in order to prove that the other driver caused the accident. We will examine accident reports, photos of the scene, the other driver’s cell phone records and any available surveillance videos to uncover evidence of the other driver’s negligence. We can also work with expert witnesses to provide evidence of the other driver’s fault.