Are You Looking For A Lancaster County Personal Injury Lawyer?
We handle all types of personal injury cases that happen in Lancaster County including auto accidents, truck accidents, pedestrian accidents, tour bus accidents, motorcycle accidents, work accidents, train accidents, slip and fall accidents, construction related accidents, medical malpractice, baby birth injuries, drug injuries and wrongful death.
The Brod Law Firm is recognized among Pennsylvania's top law firms for representing those seriously injured due to the fault or negligence of others. The Firm's personal injury lawyers serving Lancaster County for over 30 years handle cases of victims who sustained injuries as a result of negligence on the part of another person or business. Simply put, our goal is to get the injured personal injury victim the best result possible. If it can be proven that the victim sustained injuries because of negligence on the part of another individual or business, the victim is entitled to monetary compensation for medical bills, lost wages and pain and suffering with the goal of achieving top results. Because Gary Brod is a Lancaster County personal injury lawyer who knows how to try personal injury cases and win; he knows how to win top settlement results for his injured clients.
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What Do You Get When You Choose Lancaster Attorney Gary Brod?
- Top Ratings for Lancaster County Personal Injury Lawyer Gary Brod
- Member Million Dollar Advocates Forum/Best Law Firms in America 2016
- Proven Experience and Results
- A Lawyer With Insider Knowledge of Insurance Company Policies and Operations
- Prompt, Personal Attention
- No Recovery/ No fee
- You Get a Dedicated Attorney Who Works Continuously On Your Case From Start To Finish
Please click on any of the links for more information about any of the following types of personal injury cases we handle:
- Auto Accidents
- Limited Tort
- Trucking Accidents
- Pedestrian Injuries
- Motorcycle Crashes
- Bus Accidents
- Dog Bites
- Train Accidents
- Tour Bus Accidents
- Premises Liability
- Slip and Fall
- Medical Malpractice
- Birth Injuries
- Pharmaceutical Mistakes
- Defective Medical Devices
- Injured Children
- Construction Accidents
- Airplane Crashes
- Scaffolding, Bridge and Crane Collapse
- Workers Compensation
What Must Be Proven In Your Personal Injury Case?
You must establish every element of your claim for it to be successful. Those four elements constitute Negligence which must be proven against the responsible party(s) by a preponderance of evidence to prove your case. Here are the basic elements required to prove negligence in any personal injury case:
Duty: First, in order for a claim to arise a duty is owed by the individual who caused the victim to be injured. One owes a duty of due care to a pedestrian crossing the road.
Breach: In order for the negligence action to be valid the party who owed a duty of due care to the victim must have breached the duty owed to the victim. This breach can be characterized as a failure to exercise due care due to recklessness and carelessness toward the safety of another person.
Damages: These include property damages, medical costs of injury, pain and suffering and past, present and future lost wages.
Causation: The injured victim known as the plaintiff in a lawsuit must prove by a preponderance of the evidence of the factual and legal cause of his/her injuries.
We Have Obtained Substantial Settlements For People Who Suffer Life-Altering Injuries In Accidents or from Malpractice Such As:
- Spinal Cord Injuries
- Neck and Back
- Nerve Injuries
- Severe Burns
- Serious Scarring and Disfigurement
- Brain Trauma (TBI)
- Loss Of Limbs/Loss of use
- Injuries To Internal Organs
- Cognitive Deficits
- Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy (Complex Regional pain Syndrome)
The Brod Law Firm Serves The Following Towns In Lancaster County
A Strategy Developed For The Success Of Your Personal Injury Case
Top rated Lancaster personal injury attorney Gary Brod's straightforward approach and painstaking preparation ensures the success of the cases he accepts for your Lancaster personal injury lawsuit. This strategy has been developed and refined through 30 years of trial practice, training and thousands of cases. We prepare each and every case from day one as though it will be tried in a courtroom. Gary Brod leaves nothing to chance that can be avoided. This process begins from the moment we accept your case. But this office is not an accident mill where we use a "cookie cutter" approach, as no two cases are the same and we take all cases we handle seriously because we get that its your one case. Your case is unique and treated as such. The fact is that the majority of cases are settled before trial. Attorney Gary Brod and his team know that our opponents will take your case and us seriously if they know we have all the ammunition and are ready, willing and able to proceed to trial if a satisfactory settlement offer is not made.
What Steps Should I take If I believe I Have a Personal Injury Case?
Our personal injury lawyers recommend Pennsylvania personal injury victims take these important initial steps if you believe that you have been injured because of the negligence of others. First, if it is a slip and fall document the incident and make sure it is reported to the property owner and police if possible at the time. If you are in a motor vehicle accident of any type, Pennsylvania law pursuant to 75 Pa. Cons. Stat.section 3746, states in a nutshell that your accident should be immediately and quickly reported to the police when there is an injury or death or when the vehicle is immobile or too dangerous to be moved. If a police officer does not show up as as required by section 3746 to investigate and file a report, what should you do? Section 3747 requires that the driver or owner must take the responsibility to file their own report. This must be submitted in writing within five (5) days of the accident.
Helpful To Gather as Much Information As Soon As Possible And Take Photographs
On any personal injury matter make a mental note of what happened and how it happened? Was the alleged responsible party ever warned in the past that he or she was being negligent? Next, take pictures of any injuries you may have suffered. Since most folks have mobile phones which can take photos, get a picture of the defect if there is a fall or of the spilled liquid on the floor of the supermarket or shopping area. Our personal injury attorneys in the Lancaster County area also recommend that you take pictures directly after receiving injuries to show the extent to which you or your loved one suffered.
Finally, contact The Brod Law Firm to consult with one of our expert personal injury lawyers regarding your case. Remember, time is of the essence and it is possible that your attorney can gain valuable information soon after the injury that he or she might not be able to gather later.
For Over Thirty Years We Have Represented Injured People Only-That's All We Do
At The Brod Law Firm our personal injury attorneys work for victim rights. Because Lawyer Gary Brod has been widely known and has been verified as the voice of injured victims consistently for over 30 years you will be assured that he is 100% in your corner. Call now for the results you deserve to speak to one of our expert personal injury lawyers serving Lancaster County Insurance companies have trial lawyers. Why shouldn't you have the benefit of an experienced personal injury trial lawyer on your side to get the best settlement possible? Call Gary Brod anytime at 888-435-7946 (888-HELPWIN) for an immediate free no obligation telephone consultation and explanation of your legal rights. We have the option of an easy phone sign-up process or contact us online and we can begin work today. We are waiting to hear your story and would be honored to review your case and to fight vigorously for you. Even if you are not sure you have a case we encourage your call. We will not charge you for speaking with us and providing legal advice.