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Accidents Happen In The Blink Of An Eye

The Person Who Caused The Injury Should Pay For It

If you or a loved one has been injured because of someone else’s negligence, you may be entitled to compensation. If someone else has caused your injuries, you should not be responsible for paying your doctors’ bills and fighting with the insurance company for the full compensation you deserve. Put your trust in the team of lawyers at Skala Miller, PLLC, Attorneys at Law, to help you during this difficult time.

Building Your Case

While most of us go through life being relatively cautious, we cannot control everything that happens. An inattentive driver can run a red light and smash into your car. A spill in a grocery store may not be visible until you slip on it and break your arm when you fall.

However you were injured, you will need to prove negligence. This can be difficult, and gathering evidence can be time-consuming. Our team knows how to handle these cases and can help you get the results you deserve.

Can A Bar Be Held Responsible For Dangerous Drunks?

Was alcohol a factor in your case? Pennsylvania has dramshop rule laws. This means that if a business sells a person alcohol after they are clearly intoxicated, the business may be liable for any injuries or accidents that happen. It is important to be aware of this when dealing with alcohol-related injuries. We know how to determine whether this applies in your case.

Defamation: Not All Injuries Are Physical

A person can suffer from an injured reputation as well as an injured body. If someone spreads false information about you, this can constitute an injury under certain circumstances. And you may have legal recourse. Talk to one of our attorneys if you believe you have been the target of defamation.

Act Now. Call Today.

Medical bills pile up quickly, especially if you are unable to work because of an injury. Our team can help you get compensation for all of this, plus pain and suffering. Call our Greensburg office today for a free consultation at 724-221-3181 or fill out our contact form here.