Our Delaware County Lawyers Fight For The Maximum Compensation For Our Clients
Our personal injury lawyers represent injury victims and families in all types of personal injury claims, including:
You’ve been hurt in a car, bus, truck, or motorcycle crash and now instead of focusing on healing, you’re fighting with the insurance company and juggling bills so that you can pay for your medical treatments. You might feel like you’ve lost all hope and that you’ll never be able to get your life back on track.
Let the attorneys at Schuster Law help.
Our legal team stands by the victims of auto accidents during their time of need. We can help you determine all avenues through which you will be able to seek compensation, speak with the insurance company on your behalf, take care of the legal paperwork, collect the necessary evidence, and take the fight to the courtroom.
Slip And Fall Accidents
Did you slip and fall on someone else’s property? You may be owed significant compensation under premises liability laws, but slip and fall claims are difficult to prove without the help of an attorney.
In the past, our lawyers have represented clients who sustained a serious injury because of:
- Loose Carpeting
- Broken Floorboards
- Broken Steps
- Wiring That Hasn’t Been Property Secured
- Snow and Ice
- Spilled Liquids
Schuster Law’s attorneys work hard to stay on top of all changes to premises liability laws. Call us today at our Media, PA office to start fighting for a brighter future.
If you’re a Delaware County construction worker who has been hurt on the job, our legal team can help you recover the full compensation that you deserve.
Not only we will review your workers’ compensation claim to correct any errors on the claim form prior to submission or work on your workers’ compensation appeal, but we can also review the construction accident to determine if you are eligible to pursue legal action.
A construction accident lawsuit is filed against the party whose negligence caused you harm. Through this lawsuit, you may be able to recover the compensation you need to pay for all past and future losses.
Accidents happen in every industry which is why the law requires the majority of business owners to have workers’ compensation insurance coverage for their employees. Through a workers’ comp claim, injured employee’s medical bills and a small fraction of their lost wages are covered. If the claim is approved.
Despite having legitimate claims, Delaware County residents often find their claims denied outright. If you’ve had a workers’ compensation claim denied or are just beginning the application process, contact our local law office today. Our team of experienced lawyers can help you avoid the common mistakes on a workers’ comp claim form that might result in a denial or assist you with an appeal.
Nursing Home Neglect Lawsuits
If your loved one is in a nursing home and you suspect they are being neglected or abused, contact our law office immediately.
Our attorneys are proud to help families fight against neglect and abuse. We know that nursing home residents are some of the most vulnerable citizens and that they deserve proper care. We fight aggressively to make sure the responsible party pays for the havoc they have wrecked on another person’s life.
Whether the injury was caused by a vehicle accident, workplace accident, defective product or medical malpractice, you can rely on our firm for knowledgeable, compassionate representation. To see a full list of the personal injury law our attorneys practice, visit our practice areas page.
Will My Personal Injury Case Go To Trial?
It is possible that your case may go to trial which is why it’s important to work with an attorney who has extensive trial experience, like the attorneys at Schuster Law.
The majority of cases settle outside of court through careful but aggressive negotiation. Our lawyers will work hard to fight for the maximum compensation possible and will present you with all options so that you can make the best decision for you and your loved ones.
How Long Will Litigation Last?
Litigation typically takes at least a few months and it’s not uncommon for work to continue for over a year. This is because it takes time to collect all of the possible evidence, prepare the legal paperwork, and if necessary, schedule a trial. Cases that resolve in a settlement usually take less time.