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Philadelphia Auto Accident Lawsuits

Bam! You and/or family members suffered injuries in a motor vehicle accident. Yes, you may be able to file Philadelphia auto accident lawsuits.

Automobile accidents can be from aggravating to devastating. Who’s at fault? Who was injured? How serious was the injury? Will your insurance company pay for the damaged vehicles and medical bills…lots and lots of medical bills? Will your employer (if you’re employed) want to terminate your job or wait for you to get well? 

Car accidents pose many questions and obstacles. Being a victim is complicated, especially a victim who suffers financial and familial loss.

Now when you want your insurance company to rise to the occasion, there’s nary a whisper.

It’s ok if you don’t know where to begin. An experienced auto accident lawyer will contact your insurance company, handle your insurance claims, gather all required information, and file a suit on your behalf. They do all the leg work so you don’t have to.  You take the steps to get well and recover and be strong for your family.

During these stressful times, you may want to seek legal advice and get answers to your questions about filing Philadelphia auto accident lawsuits.

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Miriam Benton Barish, Esquire

Licensed since 1992

Member at firm Anapol Weiss

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