Questions? Chances are we’ve heard them before.
If you have been wronged in some way, you might have the right to sue. For instance, if you believe you are the victim of medical malpractice or you were injured in an accident, you have the right to seek recovery. You also have the right to sue if someone breaks a contract with you. Contact us, so we can go over your claim and determine how it will hold up in a court of law.
While trial is certainly an option, it is not the only one. Many times, we are able to resolve cases through arbitration or mediation. That is a good option, as long as our client’s demands are met. If they aren’t, we are always ready to go to trial to fight for you.
Pennsylvania law recognizes different statutes of limitations for different types of legal claims. From personal injury, to contract disputes, to defamation of character, you need to know your statute of limitations. The time can vary, start and stop, and is not always counted from the date when the injury or problem occurred.
If you aren’t sure if the statute of limitations is up for your case, we can help. Contact us and we will let you know if you can still sue, or if you can be sued for a claim made against you.
Get What’s Rightfully Yours
If you feel that you have been wronged in some way, we can help. We take an honest approach to civil litigation. We begin by reviewing all of the evidence and letting you know if you have a case. We don’t want to waste your time if you don’t have an actionable claim. If you do, we will fight for you all the way through the court system.
Of course, fighting isn’t enough. You have to know how to fight, and we do. With nearly five decades of experience in the Pennsylvania court system, we know the ins and outs of fighting and winning cases.