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Personal Injury Attorneys in Erie, PA

If you suffered a personal injury due to another's negligence, you may find yourself out of work, overwhelmed with medical bills, or with permanent physical pain. 

Personal Injury Attorneys Fight For Compensation

Under any of these circumstances, researching, locating, and hiring an attorney to handle your personal injury claim may seem like another insurmountable obstacle. But our experienced legal team is here to serve you.

Our attorneys have the necessary experience to build your case against the defendant or the insurance companies you will face. We have achieved substantial compensation for our clients in the past, and we want to do the same for you.

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6821 Peach St #A-11
Eerie, PA 16509

(814) 305-9007


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How Long Does It Take to Settle an Injury Lawsuit?

The time it takes for a personal injury case to settle is typically a function of how intricate the case is and how aggressive a legal representative is with settlement dialogue and/or litigation. For example, a rear-end collision involving a trucking company with direct medical treatment will likely settle faster than a medical malpractice case consisting of multiple parties.

Justice Guardians understand the emotional and financial strain a case has on the individual and their family and works vigilantly to position each case in the best possible light. We are aggressive with our litigation and claims handling so that each case can be resolved as quickly and fairly as possible. The personal injury attorney assigned to your claim can give you a better time frame for resolution as the factors at play emerge.

How Much Compensation Can I Receive in a Personal Injury Lawsuit?

The value of a personal injury claim is based on financial losses as well as those that are non-economic.

Financial damages refer to medical bills, lost wages and property damage. Non-financial damages include pain and suffering, impairment of physical condition, deformity and lack of companionship or loss of quality of life.

How Many Personal Injury Cases Are Settled out of Court?

Most personal injury cases settle before a lawsuit is filed in court. At Justice Guardians, we never expect litigation to settle easily or quickly so we prepare each case as if it will go to trial. From the moment we are retained in a case, we gather beneficial evidence to establish how an injury materialized and how the behavior of various participants may have contributed to the incident.

Where Is Your Erie, PA Accident Law Firm Located?

Our Erie injury law office address is 6821 Peach St #A-11, Eerie, PA 16509.

How Can I Get In Touch With Your Personal lnjury Lawyers?

Contact us at any time via our 24/7 helpline - (814) 305-9007 or fill out the form on this page with your information and preferred contact method.

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