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Personal Injury Lawyers Representing Car Accident Victims

If you were injured in a car accident in Pennsylvania, Contact Attorney David Ross today.  Our personal injury law firm is located in Coudersport, Potter County, PA.  As personal injury lawyers, our firm helps people injured in car crashes, which often cause serious injuries.   An automobile accident can cause whiplash, herniated disks, broken bones or fractures in arms and legs, seatbelt injuries, shoulder and abdominal injuries or trigger underlying conditions such as reflex sympathetic disorder (RSD).  Insurance and liability, priority of coverage, hospital liens, ERISA liens and other issues regarding recovering from insurance after a car accident are complicated and require specialized knowledge.  Our attorneys practice regularly in Potter County, McKean County, Tioga County, Western Pennsylvania, Northern Pennsylvania, and Central Pennsylvania and can help you uncomplicate the law and recover for your injuries.


What Happens After a Car Accident

Dealing with life after a car wreck can be difficult.  The crash may leave you unable to work.  Medical bills from the car accident may pile up.  The insurance companies may start calling you about car repairs, car rentals, subrogation, or they may try to force a settlement on you.

Questions arise about your “tort option” under your own policy with regard to limited tort coverage.  Your car accident may lead to claims for underinsured motorist coverage or against uninsured drivers.  The entire process can be very confusing and can have long-term effects on your physical and financial well-being.   If you are considering hiring an attorney, contact me to discuss your case.

Contact Attorney Ross at (814) 274-8612.

When you hire our firm to handle your car accident and personal injury claim, we will help you sort through these confusing issues.  We will uncomplicate the law for you and ensure that all of the property insurance companies have notice so that you will be in a position to recover from all resources that are available.  You will be able to relax and focus on getting better, which is the way it should be.  We will take care of handling your claim for you.

Do I Need An Attorney?

It’s a fair question. If you don’t need a lawyer, why pay a lawyer? The answer is “it depends.”  Some cases involve only property damage and are not complicated.  Some cases involve personal injury and recovery is not a simple matter.

Property Damage Claims

If you are in an automobile accident and no one is injured,  you might not need a lawyer.  In most cases the repairs needed are obvious, and the insurance company pays for the repairs and any car rental fees.  If you are injured and your injuries are minor the insurance company for the defendant makes an offer you can live with, then you don’t need our law firm to represent you.  

Contact Attorney Ross Now

(814)-274-8612

Complex Issues in  Accident Cases

If your case is more complicated, you should consult with an attorney and engage our firm to represent you.  If there is a dispute over liability, over who is responsible for causing an accident, you probably need our firm.  We have the knowledge of legal liability and insurance issues and the financial resources to develop your case for presentation to the insurance company and/or a jury.  We can put an end to the insurance adjuster telling you that it’s not their insured’s fault.  We are comfortable dealing with automobile accident cases where the insurance company denies responsibility for the defendant; we file suit and pursue the case in court.

 

 

From offices in Coudersport, Potter County, Pennsylvania, the attorneys at Ross and Ross, LLC serve the personal injury, bankruptcy, social security disability, divorce and family law needs of Western, Northwestern, Central and North Central Pennsylvania including the communities of Coudersport, Galeton, Shinglehouse, West Branch, Smethport, Port Allegany, Bradford, Roulette, and Wellsboro, as well as Potter County, McKean County, Tioga County, Cameron County, Bradford County and other areas of Western PA and Central PA.


***Legal Disclaimer: The contents of this site are for informational purposes only and do not constitute legal advice.  No lawyer-client relationship exists until one of our attorneys meets with you and agrees to accept you as a client.













What Happens After a Car Accident

Dealing with life after a car wreck can be difficult.  The crash may leave you unable to work.  Medical bills from the car accident may pile up.  The insurance companies may start calling you about car repairs, car rentals, subrogation, or they may try to force a settlement on you.

NOTEWORTHY RESULTS
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Reached a confidential settlement with supplier of PPD, which can cause anaphylactic shock, coma, and death, in a case where hair dye cause severe injuries.

Reached a confidential settlement in a case against a fortune 500 company where a hair relaxer injured a client and caused burning and hair loss.

Collected $500,000 settlement after litigation with fortune 500 company for client injured by chemicals in hair dye.

Collected $220,000 for claimants injured by driver in hit and run.

Confidential settlement for client wrongfully evicted.

Confidential settlement for client whose car was wrongfully repossessed.

Confidential settlement for client wrongfully reported delinquent on car loan by national bank.

Disability benefits awarded in Social Security Appeal

Disability benefits awarded after initial denial in case where client made too much money by demonstrating that client's job was a make work job given to him to help him until the SSA recognized his disability.
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Ross & Ross Law Office
One East Third Street
Coudersport, PA 16915
Phone: (814)274-8612
Email: TheRossLawFirm@gmail.com

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