Pennsylvania Passenger Accident Injury
If you have suffered a passenger injury while traveling in an automobile, truck, motorcycle or other vehicle, you are likely entitled to maintain a personal injury claim to recover damages suffered due to the negligence or recklessness of others. You may be entitled to recover damages against the driver of the vehicle in which you were a passenger, the driver of another vehicle involved in the collision, or other responsible parties. You may be surprised to learn that you would likely be entitled to recover damages even if you, as a passenger, were partially responsible for causing the accident. An expert personal injury lawyer can counsel you about your rights under Pennsylvania passenger injury law.
Personal injury claims such as these can be complex, involving many responsible parties, with responsibility shared between them under Pennsylvania’s rules of comparative negligence. The stakes are quite high, as passengers endure high medical bills, lost time at work, property damage and pain and suffering.
Whether your personal injury case is large or small, we understand how important your personal injury claim is to you. Our Lancaster, Pennsylvania based Passenger Injury Attorneys have successfully settled, and in appropriate circumstances, brought to trial literally hundreds of personal injury claims such as these. We have represented passenger injury plaintiffs successfully for more than 50 years and have won judgments for our clients well in excess of $1 million.
Our personal injury attorneys have experience with even the most complicated and convoluted passenger injury cases. If you sustained injuries while you were a passenger traveling in or on a car, truck, bicycle, motorcycle, all-terrain vehicle (ATV) or other vehicle, in or around Lancaster, central Pennsylvania or southeastern Pennsylvania, Haggerty & Silverman is prepared to assist you from beginning to end with your passenger injury claim. We invite you to call contact a personal injury attorney for a free consultation.