Auto Accidents

We Fight for the Compensation You Deserve

  • 5.5 million

    There are 5.5 million car accidents in the U.S. each year.

  • 3 million

    Car accidents result in 3 million injuries and 40,000 fatalities per year.

  • 61%

    In motor vehicle related incidents, plantiffs were successful 61% of the time.

Car Accident Lawyers in Philadelphia, PA & Surrounding Areas

Each year, the lawyers at our firm handle hundreds of car accident cases involving motor vehicle collisions and have consistently achieved excellent results for our clients through negotiated settlements or verdicts at arbitration or trial.

Whenever a person gets behind the wheel of a motor vehicle, they have a duty to all other drivers and pedestrians to act as a safe and reasonable driver. If they fail to do so and cause a car accident, the law says they are liable for any damages caused by the collision.

If you or someone you know is involved in a motor vehicle collision, call us so that we may obtain facts from you about how the collision occurred and about any damage you have suffered. Damages can include economic losses, such as medical bills or loss of wages, and non-economic damages such as pain and suffering.

We understand that you may have many questions after being involved in a motor vehicle collision. Please call our car accident lawyers so that we may assist you and answer any questions you may have.

Facts Citations:

  1. National Highway Traffic Safety Administration
  2. U.S. Department of Justice

See Our Areas of Practice

  • Motorcycle

    Because the public often perceives motorcycle riders as reckless, motorcycle accidents need to be handled differently than auto accidents. Our experienced lawyers know how to counter a defense based on perception, and get you the compensation you deserve.

    Learn More
  • Truck

    In the United States, an accident involving a truck occurs every 16 minutes. Due to the size and weight of large commercial trucks, victims of these accidents are at risk for very serious injuries or fatalities.

    Learn More
All Areas