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Recovery - $1,400,000

Case Description – MVA-front seat passenger; tractor trailer made turn directly into passenger door Description Injuries – Closed head injuries including multiple facial fractures requiring surgery, cervical and lumbar surgeries, with shoulder and leg injuries.

Recovery - $995,285

Case Description – Rear-end MVA-Driver of pickup truck towing bobcat, rear-ended by dumptruck Description Injuries – Neck shoulder and hand; Servical Spine surgery required

Recovery - $750,000

Case Description – NJ MVA-Rear ended by driver of commercial vehicle who fell asleep at the wheel Description Injuries – Lumbar herniation requiring injections, left knee injury requiring surgery

Recovery - $750,000

Case Description – MVA-travelling 45mph hit head-on and then rear-ended by another vehicle Description Injuries – Leg, knee, forearm, finger rib and ankle fracture – surgery required for all but ribs
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How a Philadelphia Personal Injury Lawyer Can Help Your Case

Personal injury applies to any claim where someone is hurt because of recklessness, an intentional act, or negligence by someone else. Most personal injury claims in Philadelphia stem from negligence, which is the failure to exercise reasonable care to those around you. We at Master Weinstein Moyer, P.C. have countless years of experience working with clients who have suffered from personal injuries. All of our personal injury lawyers fully understand Pennsylvania state law regarding personal injury associated with negligence and can uphold it in a court of law.

What can a personal injury claim include?

A personal injury claim in PA can include a variety of things including car or truck accidents, dog bites, defective products, or slips and falls, to name a few. In a car accident, someone is negligent if they fail to stop and rear end your vehicle. A thorough investigation is required to decide if negligence is responsible for your injuries.

What must a personal injury lawyer in PA prove in court to win a case?

During a negligence personal injury claim, the plaintiff must successfully demonstrate a variety of things including:

  1. Duty: It must be shown that the defendant owed the plaintiff some type of care
  2. Breach of Duty: That the defendant failed to meet that duty
  3. Proximate Cause: Must show the defendant’s failure to do so caused the injury
  4. Cause in Fact: Show that if not for this failure, the plaintiff wouldn’t be hurt
  5. Damages: That the plaintiff has been injured and has suffered a loss or losses.

Contact a Philadelphia Personal Injury Lawyer for Legal Help Today

If you’ve been injured because of someone’s else negligence, it’s time to speak to a personal injury lawyer from Master Weinstein Moyer, P.C. During a free consultation, we can discuss your case, your injuries, and answer any of your important questions. To schedule this important phone call, call our law office at 215-561-2800.