Coatesville personal injury lawyer Michael T. Malarick has been helping the Coatesville, PA community as a licensed Pennsylvania injury attorney for over 30 years. The Malarick Law Firm wins large settlements for their injured clients and will fight for you. If you were hurt or injured anywhere in Pennsylvania call our Coatesville injury lawyers today at 610-816-6683 for a free initial consultation. We have experience with all types of injuries including broken bones, sprains, accidents, severed limbs, work injuries, head and brain injuries, accidental deaths and more. Call our Coatesville personal injury attorney now for a free consultation: 610-816-6683.
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Personal Injury Lawyers for Coatesville, PA
When can I file a lawsuit for a Personal Injury in Coatesville PA? You can file a lawsuit for a personal injury anytime you are injured because of someone else’s negligence or wrongful action. The injury can be seen, such as a cut or gash needing stitches or a broken bone needing surgery or a cast. The injury can also be unseen, such as neck or back aches requiring physical therapy or depression/anxiety requiring counseling or medication. If you were injured in Coatesville or anywhere in Pennsylvania, call our experienced Coatesville personal injury lawyer today.
What is someone else’s negligence or wrongful act? Negligence simply is someone’s wrongful act. For instance, if someone is driving a car and blows through a red light or stop sign crashing into a car you are in, that person was negligent. Or, if a property owner allows snow or ice to remain on their property and you fall, that property owner’s act was wrong. If you were hurt and suffered broken bones, sprained ankles, or were out of work due to your injury, call our Coatesville injury attorney today for a free initial consultation.
Coatesville Injury Lawyer: Injuries and Damages
How many types of personal injury lawsuits are there? There are many types of personal injury lawsuits. A motor vehicle accident can lead to a personal injury lawsuit. A motor vehicle accident can involve two cars, a car and a truck, a car and a motorcycle, and even a car and a pedestrian. A motor vehicle accident can involve cars, trucks, motorcycles, bicycles, buses, taxis, trolleys, and pedestrians. If you were injured in an accident, call our Coatesville personal injury attorney today for a free initial consultation.
A slip and fall can lead to a personal injury lawsuit. A slip and fall can happen indoors or outdoors. An indoor slip and fall can happen because of a wet and slippery floor, a frayed rug or missing tile, or a loose or missing handrail. An outdoor slip and fall can happen because of snow and ice on a walkway or parking lot, a raised concrete sidewalk block or curb, a pothole in a parking lot or crosswalk, a missing or loose handrail, and even if there is inadequate lighting for a walking area at night time.
A personal injury can occur on private property or on commercial property. However, you can not file a personal injury lawsuit for an injury that occurred on your property because of your wrongful act. Yet a tenant or renter may be able to file a personal injury lawsuit against their landlord, especially if the incident happened in a common area of the apartment complex. If an injury occurs on commercial property, someone other than the owner may be liable. A store or office building may have a property management company responsible for the care of the building. Also, a landscaper or snow plower may be responsible to look for and correct any defects.
What damages can I recover in a personal injury lawsuit? In a personal injury lawsuit you can recover for your pain and suffering, medical expenses, and lost wages. You can recover money damages for the pain and suffering you feel with neck and back aches, headaches, broken bones, fractured join, and mental anguish. You can be entitled to money damages for past pain and suffering, that is, from the date of the injury until the case is resolved, and for pain and suffering you will experience into the future.
You can recover for the medical costs spent in treatment for your injury. This may mean that your health insurance company could recover the money spent for your treatment. It also may mean that you could recover your out of pocket expenses spent for your treatment. Again, the recovered medical costs can also include the future cost of your medical care. If you were sent to the hospital or carried away in an ambulance after an accident, call our Coatesville injury lawyers today for a free initial consultation.
Finally, you can recover for your lost wages if your injury kept you out of work. You will need a doctor’s note stating that your injury prevents you from working. Just as with pain and suffering and medical expenses, future lost wages are also recoverable as money damages.
How much is a personal Injury worth in money damages? There is no set amount of money for any type of Personal Injury lawsuit. Every personal injury case is different. Many things factor into the value of your lawsuit. The injury is significant. A broken bone is worth more than neck and back pain. The treatment for your injury is significant. An injury requiring surgery, such as a broken bone needing a plate and screws to mend, is worth more than a broken bone needing only a cast to mend. Contact our Coatesville personal injury attorney today for a free initial injury consultation.
Contact Our Coatesville Personal Injury Lawyer
If you are injured in Coatesville, PA or any other Chester County town, contact Michael T. Malarick, an experienced personal injury attorney for Coatesville PA. Call the Malarick Law Firm today for a free initial injury consultation.
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