Chester County personal injury lawyer Michael Malarick has helped residents within the Chester County community with their personal injury claims by providing strong legal representation and winning compensation for their suffering and injuries. As a Chester County personal injury attorney with 25 years of experience, Michael T. Malarick will help provide you with a free consultation, represent you in the legal process, and fight for the compensation you deserve. If you were involved in an accident or injured in Chester County, call our injury lawyer today for a free initial consultation and let us fight for you. There is no fee unless we win. Call 610-816-6683 today.
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I am often asked “How much is my claim worth”? The simple answer is, it is worth as much as we can settle your claim for with the insurance adjustor, or, it is worth as much as we can convince a jury that it is worth. There is no set formula because everybody’s claim is different and everybody’s injuries affect them in a unique way. With over 29 years of experience, our Chester County injury lawyer will fight for you. Call now for a free consultation. There is no fee unless we in.
The money value of a personal injury claim depends on many different factors. A personal injury claim has a dollar value based on the money actually lost and the value to you of your pain and suffering. The money actually lost is also called your economic loss. This may be the cost of the damage to your car from a motor vehicle accident. This amount may be the cost to repair your car or the value of your car if it was a total loss. Your economic loss will also be the cost to you of your medical treatment and your lost wages, if your injuries keep you out of work. With over 25 years of experience our Chester County personal injury attorney will fight for you. Call today for a free initial consultation.
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The dollar value of your personal injury claim also depends on the pain and suffering you experienced and will experience because of your injuries. A neck and back ache for 4 or 5 weeks will not be worth as much as neck and back pain with pins and needles or tingling and numbness down your arms or legs for 4 or 5 months. Similarly, a broken arm or leg that is casted for 2 months will not be valued the same as a broken wrist or ankle that requires surgery to heal. The surgery may be an open reduction with internal fixation (ORIF) where a plate and screws are needed to reduce and heal the broken bones. Contact our Chester County personal injury lawyer today for a free case evaluation.
The value of every personal injury claim for pain and suffering is unique. If you live in West Brandywine or East Bradford or any other Chester County community, and have any questions about a personal injury claim, contact our Chester County Personal Injury Lawyer who will fight for you. There is no fee unless we win.
Do I have a claim for pain and suffering from a car accident if I have “limited tort” auto insurance?
Yes, you can make a claim for pain and suffering even if you have “limited tort” car insurance. If the motor vehicle accident involved a commercial vehicle, you can make a claim for pain and suffering. A commercial vehicle may be a delivery vehicle such as a USPO jeep, a UPS van, an oil delivery truck, or an 18-wheeler tractor-trailer. A commercial vehicle could also be a SEPTA bus or school bus, or a taxi, Uber or Lyft car. A commercial vehicle could also be a bread or newspaper delivery truck, a plumber’s van, a contractor’s SUV, or a landscaper’s pick-up truck. Even an ordinary car can be a commercial vehicle. If a company’s logo is painted on the car, it is very likely a commercial vehicle. If you were injured in Chester County, call our Chester County injury lawyer today for a free consultation. There is no fee unless we win.
You can also make a claim for pain and suffering, even if you have the “limited tort” auto insurance, if the car crash involved an out of state vehicle. An out of state vehicle will have a license plate issued by a state other than Pennsylvania.
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Also, if the car crash was caused by an impaired driver, you will be able to present your claim for pain and suffering even with “limited tort” insurance. A driver is impaired if he or she is arrested and convicted for DUI (driving under the influence) of alcohol or drugs.
If you were on a motorcycle, you can present a claim for pain and suffering. If you were a pedestrian and injured in a car crash, you can present a claim for pain and suffering. As a Chester County personal injury lawyer, Michael Malarick will fight for you. There is no charge unless we win.
Finally, if you suffered a serious injury in a car crash, you can present a claim for pain and suffering even if you made the “limited tort” selection for you auto insurance. A serious injury is an injury that significantly impairs a bodily function or results in a permanent and serious disfigurement. Call the best personal injury lawyer for Chester County, PA today for a free consultation.
If you were injured in an accident such as a car crash in Phoenixville, or Oxford, or any other Chester County community, you should contact Michael T. Malarick, an injury attorney with over 25 years of experience in personal injury claims.
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“I was taken to the hospital after being involved in an accident. At the hospital, I was treated with two broken bones and headaches. I was out of work for almost two months. I was happy that I called Michael Malarick’s law office for my injury claim. Michael worked hard on my case and fought to win the settlement we needed. During the long legal battle, attorney Michael Malarick made sure we knew exactly what was going and we are thankful for the diligent work. My family and I would recommend Michael Malarick to anyone in need of a personal injury lawyer in Chester County, Pennsylvania. 5/5” – Josh M.
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