Personal Injury Law

Auto accidents, premises and product liability

Burke Vullo Reilly Roberts, Attorneys at Law, represents clients who are the victims of personal injury accidents in northeastern Pennsylvania or throughout the rest of the state:

  • Automobile accidents
  • Trucking accidents
  • Slip-and-fall
  • Dog bites
  • Negligent security
  • Other premises liability

Pennsylvania law allows the recovery of losses and damages caused by the negligence of another party.  The law firm negotiates personal injury cases with insurance companies or, when necessary, takes the claim to court, where the lawyers present physical evidence and expert or on-scene witness testimony to prove negligence and causation. 

Negligence and damages

The types of damages that victims may be able to recover are comprehensive as to whatever loss relates to the fault of the other party:

  • Past, current and future estimated medical expenses
  • Time lost from work, including time spent going to medical appointments
  • Any property that was damaged, such as your vehicle
  • The cost of hiring household help
  • Any permanent disfigurement or disability
  • Your emotional distress, including anxiety, depression, and any interference with your family relationships
  • A change in your future earning ability due to the injury
  • Any other costs that were a direct result of your injury

The firm also defends manufacturers in product liability cases, where a theory of strict liability may apply to businesses that provide allegedly faulty products to the Pennsylvania or national stream of commerce.

Call 1 570 288-6441 for Pennsylvania personal injury law.

Our Office

1460 Wyoming Avenue
Forty Fort, Pennsylvania
18704

T: 570-288-6441
F: 570-288-4598

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