There are numerous ways a person can be injured. But while personal injury cases vary widely by type, they all share one trait in common: they all involve an avoidable injury which was caused by another person or company’s actions or failure to act. If another party is responsible for your injuries, you should not be forced to unfairly shoulder the accountability. You are already burdened by physical pain, emotional distress, and costly medical expenses for your treatment and recovery — you should not be burdened by misplaced fault in your time of need.
If another party was responsible for serious injuries to you or a loved one, that party may be financially liable for your hardship, suffering, and healthcare costs. Unfortunately, liable parties — and particularly the insurance companies — are notorious for trying to minimize or completely dodge legal and financial responsibility. When you are physically wounded, emotionally drained, and financially exhausted, it can seem like an impossible feat to fight the guilty parties on your own. Fortunately, you don’t have to go it alone: the personal injury attorneys of Reiff & Bily can help.
Reiff & Bily: Montgomery County Personal Injury Attorneys
When you or someone you love is in pain, you want answers fast. You need a tenacious and aggressive personal injury firm that isn’t afraid to take on powerful corporations and stubborn insurance companies.
When you work with an attorney from Reiff & Bily, your case benefits from a network of skilled accident investigators and more than three decades of experience serving thousands of clients across Pennsylvania. We have been practicing personal injury litigation since 1979, and have made numerous multimillion dollar recoveries for clients across the personal injury spectrum. Our committed attorneys have years of experience handling cases involving but not limited to:
- Automotive Accidents
- Catastrophic Injury
- Medical Malpractice
- Premises Liability
- Product Liability
- Slip and Fall Accidents
- Spinal Cord Injury
- Traumatic Brain Injury
- Wrongful Death
If you were injured in Montgomery County, the personal injury lawyers of Reiff & Bily want to hear about it. To learn more about how our firm may be able to help, or if you simply have questions, call our law offices at (215) 274-0072 to schedule your free and private legal consultation. We won’t charge a fee unless we win, so call right away.
Who is Liable for My Personal Injury?
Southeastern Pennsylvania’s highways and major roadways are notorious for being crowded with aggressive drivers, particularly near the urban center of Philadelphia. If you were in an automotive accident caused by reckless driving, distracted driving, intoxicated driving, excessive speeding, or similar factors, the other motorist may be liable for your injuries. Navigating complex insurance rules after an accident can be a confusing and draining process. Our attorneys can help guide you through your options. Some major roadways which are especially accident-prone in Montgomery County include:
- US 1
- US 202
- PA 309
Premises refers to a piece of property. Under various municipal codes, building codes, and industry regulations where businesses are involved, property owners and operators have an obligation to keep their properties reasonably free of hazards and potential hazards. This means removing and taking care of issues like:
- Broken Handrails
- Damaged Surfaces
- Ice and Snow
- Insufficient Lighting
- Loose Debris (Trip Hazards)
- Slippery Patches
- Structural Damage
- Uneven Surfaces
- Unstable Trees
If a property owner knows about a danger or potential danger on their premises, yet fails to rectify the situation, he or she could be liable for any injuries or wrongful death which results.
When people hear the term “medical malpractice,” they typically imagine a botched surgery. However, it isn’t only surgeons who commit medical malpractice: any healthcare professional can make a terrible mistake. As in other industries, medical professionals are held to certain accepted standards of reasonable care. If this standard of care is not met, and results in serious damage to a patient as a result, it may be a case of medical malpractice. Common examples include:
- Dangerous Prescriptions
- Failure to Diagnose
- Incorrect Diagnosis
- Procedural Errors
- Surgical Errors
If you or someone you love was injured by a company or another individual, you may have a strong case for a personal injury claim. To discuss your legal options in confidence, call the Montgomery County personal injury lawyers of Reiff & Bily right away at (215) 274-0072. You can also contact us online.
Montgomery County, PA Personal Injury Practice Areas
- Montgomery County Car Accident Lawyer
- Montgomery County Motorcycle Accident Lawyer
- Montgomery County Premises Liability Lawyer
- Montgomery County Propane Gas Tank Explosion Attorneys
- Montgomery County Slip and Fall Lawyer
- Montgomery County Spinal Cord Injury Lawyer
- Montgomery County, Pennsylvania Truck Accident Attorneys