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Pittsburgh Personal Injury Lawyers
You may be eligible for compensation if you or your beloved one has been injured due to someone else's negligence. This will also depend on how you approach such a case. For the best outcome, it is advisable to contact experienced personal injury lawyers in Pittsburgh.
At Morgan and Morgan, we understand how certain injuries can change your life temporarily or permanently. Unfortunately, the sad truth is that no one will claim responsibility for your injuries if you do not fight for what you are entitled to. But thanks to our team of competent personal injury lawyers, you do not have to travel this path alone—we might be able to fight for you.
Fill out our free case evaluation form to find out whether you have a valid case against the other party.
Get answers to commonly asked questions about our legal services and learn how we may assist you with your case.
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What Kind of Personal Injury Cases Do Morgan and Morgan Attorneys Handle?
At Morgan and Morgan, we handle all types of personal injury cases. With an army of over 1,000 attorneys, you can count on us to fight for you regardless of the unique circumstances of your case. Specifically, our attorneys specialize in different practice areas, including but not limited to:
- Car accidents
- Premises liability
- Medical malpractice
- Product liability
- Wrongful death
- Employment litigation
- Social security benefits
And so much more.
Not sure if we can handle your case? Tell us about it.
Does Morgan and Morgan Practice in Pittsburgh?
Yes, we do. We are not one of those law firms whose attorneys have never even set foot in places they claim to practice. Instead, we have offices in Pittsburgh, serving clients throughout the city and state.
This is because we value client-attorney relationships. Such relationships set the right foundation for legal representation in and out of court.
In addition, having offices in Pittsburgh proves that our attorneys understand local laws. It has been proven countless times that attorneys who understand local laws have a higher chance of winning these cases. The last thing you want is an attorney who claims to represent clients from all over the country. They may lack a basic understanding of local regulations and the licensure to practice in that area.
At Morgan and Morgan, you can count on our attorneys for that personal connection with someone you expect to fight for you. And given that insurance companies are not usually the easiest to deal with in these situations, you need an attorney who understands your pain and what it means to suffer due to someone else's negligence or not receive the compensation you need if you have a valid claim.
What Makes Morgan and Morgan Personal Injury Lawyers Different?
There is no doubt that Morgan and Morgan personal injury attorneys are different. Here is why:
We Are the Largest Personal Injury Firm in the Country
When you contact Morgan and Morgan for a free, no-obligation case evaluation, you can rest easy knowing that your case is being reviewed by experts from the largest injury firm in the United States. And as the nation's largest injury firm, we have a reputation to protect and clients to fight for. For this reason, we will be straightforward with you about your case. If valid, we will walk you through the next steps to begin your journey to fight for the compensation you need and deserve.
Our Attorneys Have Courtroom Experience
Most personal injury cases settle out of court. There is no doubt about that. However, this largely depends on the other party and whether or not they are willing to cooperate. Sometimes, insurance companies act out of bad faith, making it difficult for plaintiffs to recover the compensation they may be entitled to after an injury.
And when that happens, you need an attorney who is not afraid to take such a case to court. That is one thing Morgan and Morgan attorneys are known for. We are always prepared to go to court if the other party refuses to settle out of court. This is because our clients deserve total compensation for their injuries, and no amount of games from the insurer will change that.
We Have the Resources to Fight For You
One of the reasons some attorneys do not take such cases to court is not because they are incompetent—they simply do not have the resources to fight for their clients. While this is understandable, you should not put yourself in such a situation in the first place. Personal injury cases all have one common goal; to secure compensation for the injured party.
But for this to work, the injured party should be able to build a strong case against the defendant. That is where the importance of having powerful legal resources comes in. If the attorney lacks the resources to fight for you, they will likely settle for a lowball offer just to close the case and save face. But such compensation might not reflect the true value of your case.
As a result, you may end up paying expensive bills out of pocket because your attorney does not have the resources to fight back.
Keep in mind that most personal injury attorneys, including Morgan and Morgan, provide their services on a contingency basis. In other ways, they do not charge their clients unless they win. So take a moment to think about it; how would an attorney afford to build a strong case on your behalf if they do not have the legal resources to do so?
We Can Prove Our Results
Personal injury cases are all about quantifiable results. How much compensation has the law firm won for its clients? That is usually one of the biggest questions when looking for the right attorney. Without quantifiable results, the attorney or law firm may want to use your case as an experiment. They hope your case will give them their first big win, marking the beginning of many others.
So, what is wrong with that?
There is one thing you need to know about such law firms. Because they are not used to winning (and by winning, we mean huge settlements), they will likely settle for less than you deserve. This is usually a classic case of victory for the attorney and a loss for their client. To avoid this, you need an attorney or injury firm with a solid reputation for winning huge settlements. Such an attorney will not be excited by lowball offers or want to win just anything to prove a point. This is because they already know how it feels to win.
To put things into perspective, at Morgan and Morgan, we have helped our clients recover over $20 billion as compensation for various injuries. For this reason, you can count on us if you need an attorney who will fight for what you truly deserve and not what is just good enough to kick-start the attorney's career.
How Soon After an Injury Should I Contact Pittsburgh Personal Injury Lawyers?
Most civil cases in Pittsburg have a two-year statute of limitations. This is the deadline for bringing a lawsuit against a defendant in a civil case. Once the deadline has expired, you will lose your right to file a lawsuit against the other party. However, this does not mean you have all the time in the world to contact an attorney, just as long as you beat the two-year deadline.
The sooner you contact an attorney, the better. Keep in mind that getting injured is not enough; you need solid evidence to prove your case. If you take too long to contact an attorney, you might lose crucial evidence to support your claim. For example, if you have a slip-and-fall case against your employer, a few renovations and upgrades are all it takes to get rid of critical evidence.
Therefore, you should contact an attorney as soon as possible for a case evaluation and possible legal representation.
Who Is Responsible for My Injuries?
The party responsible for your injuries will depend on factors such as the nature of your injuries, the type of injuries, the damages suffered, etc. During the case evaluation process, our legal representatives will review the specifics of your case to determine whether you have legal grounds to sue. If the case is valid, we will identify the parties liable for your injuries. In some cases, more than one party might be responsible for your injuries.
Another thing you need to note is that Pennsylvania is one of the states that follow the no-fault insurance system. For instance, if you get injured in a car accident in this state, you must file a claim with your insurance provider first. The claim will cover medical expenses and property damage. Then, if the coverage is insufficient, you may file a separate claim with the other party's insurance provider.
What Is the Average Personal Injury Settlement in Pittsburgh?
There is no average personal injury settlement in Pittsburgh or anywhere in the country. So watch out for attorneys who promise a particular settlement amount, especially before reviewing the specifics of your case.
Personal injury cases can generally settle for hundreds to billions of dollars. It all depends on the specifics of the case. Keep in mind that Pennsylvania is a modified comparative negligence state and follows the 51% bar rule. This means that you can recover compensation for your injuries just as long as you are no more than 50% at fault for the accident.
So how could this rule affect the settlement amount? Suppose you were 52% at fault for the accident. In that case, you cannot recover compensation for your injuries regardless of their severity.
Other factors, such as the post-injury procedure, will determine how much compensation you may be eligible for. Take, for example, a situation where the plaintiff fails to seek medical attention. In that case, the other party could claim that failure to seek medical attention means the injuries were not that serious in the first place. Alternatively, suppose the plaintiff suffered serious injuries. In that case, the other party could claim that their failure to seek medical attention worsened the situation for the plaintiff, which could be interpreted as negligence.
What Damages Can I Claim in a Personal Injury Case?
In a typical personal injury case, plaintiffs can recover economic and non-economic damages. It is important to note that the exact damages you may be able to recover will depend on the specifics of your case. This explains why it is always advisable to contact an experienced attorney to review your case.
Morgan and Morgan Personal Injury Lawyers in Pittsburgh Can Help
When you have a valid claim, it is not always easy to deal with insurance companies. The saddest part is that even your own insurance provider will doubt you when that time comes. This is despite the fact that Pennsylvania is a no-fault state, and you expect your insurer to be on your side during such difficult times.
If that is what you or your loved one is dealing with, Morgan and Morgan can help. We will fight for you and your loved one as you focus on recovering from your injuries.
And it is understandable if you are unsure whether you have a valid case. However, that should not prevent you from contacting us for a free case evaluation. Your case could be worth more than you think. The best way to find out is by contacting Morgan and Morgan for a free case evaluation.
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