From property damage to permanent health defects, car accidents can drastically uproot your life. They can affect your ability to perform duties for your job, and if your injury is serious enough, you may even lose your career. An experienced attorney can make you seek maximum compensation for lost wages and medical bills.
At Luxenberg Garbett Kelly & George, P.C. in New Castle, we represent car accident victims across Western Pennsylvania. Since 1934, we have provided Pennsylvanians with thorough motor vehicle accident services. Our recognized attorneys have received AV Preeminent ratings by Martindale-Hubbell and listings in Super Lawyers several times. We can help you pursue what you need to get back on your feet.
We Seek The Details That Make A Difference
The road can be a dangerous place. Though you may be an attentive driver, not everyone you are sharing the road with drives with the same level of care. Our team provides services for numerous accident types, including those related to:
- Motorists distracted by texting, eating, smoking or other actions
- Driving under the influence of either drugs or alcohol
- General negligence such as disobeying basic traffic laws
- Reckless driving such as speeding, failure to stop or following too closely
Whatever the cause of the crash, these cases are often complicated and require thorough examination of the evidence surrounding them. Our seasoned attorneys know how to approach insurance companies and pursue full recovery for your claim. If necessary, our attorneys are prepared to take your case to trial.
Investigating Your Case For Your Full Recovery
Be wary of accepting the first offer from an insurance company without first contacting an attorney. Legal teams will investigate your case in detail. They will often consult experts, including physicians and police officers, to understand the full extent of your damages. We take the time to understand the details of your case to ensure you receive maximum compensation. Such recovery may include:
- Lost income from missing days of work—past and future
- Relevant medical bills and missed payments due to injury
- General pain and suffering
- Damage to property
Some compensation even includes punitive damages. This will depend on the gravity of the other driver’s negligence and the losses in question. Punitive damages are damages charged to the at-fault party as a form of punishment.
Generally, you recover compensation through an insurance company — either the other driver’s insurance company, your own or both. If the driver is uninsured, you can usually file a claim for compensation against them personally.
Injuries, Property Damage, Lost Wages – We Can Help You Recover
You deserve a lawyer who will pursue the best possible outcome for your claim. We have the experience necessary to be your advocate, and we have the track record to prove it. Set up a free initial consultation by calling 724-761-2094 or using our contact form.