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Personal Injury

Personal Injury Attorney Located in Holland, PA

Accidents happen. When they do, people can become seriously injured and suffer lifelong consequences as a result. Those injured need an experienced Bucks County personal injury attorney. Many accidents can be traced back to the negligence of one or more parties. If you become injured in an accident that was caused by another party’s negligence, whether it be a company, a neighbor, or a municipality, it is important to consider your legal options, as you may be entitled to compensation for the harm you have suffered.

Experience Matters | Call Attorney Newman Today

Picking the right attorney can be difficult. Fortunately, you’ve already found him. Attorney Newman has represented clients throughout Bucks County and Southeastern Pennsylvania for over 45 years. He is committed to helping you recover the compensation to which you are entitled after being hurt in an accident. To schedule a free consultation, contact The Law Office of Neal E. Newman today.

Personal Injury Services

The Law Office of Neal E. Newman is committed to acting as your guiding force through the personal injury claims process. No matter how complex your case is, Mr. Newman is here to help fight for the best possible outcome. Whether you were injured in an automobile accident or on someone else’s property, you can count on Mr. Newman to fight for the best possible outcome. Some of the many personal injury matters Attorney Newman handles include the following:

Time is of The Essence | Act Now

If you were injured due to another person’s negligence, you have a limited time to file a lawsuit, according to Pennsylvania law. This is called the statute of limitations and can vary based on the age of the injured party and the situation that caused the victim harm. If you were to miss this deadline, you may be permanently barred from taking legal action to help cover the cost of the damages you have incurred. The Law Office of Neal E. Newman has you covered. Our firm is diligent in executing and filing the correct documents to ensure that you can take the action you need. With over 45 years of experience, Attorney Newman will lead the charge towards justice on your behalf.

No Strings Attached | No Fee Unless You Win

Personal injury attorneys in the state of Pennsylvania are paid on a contingency fee basis. If we don’t win your case, you owe nothing. The Law Office of Neal E. Newman provides free consultations to assess the validity of your case and provide forthright advice on the legal process going forward. If he takes your case, he will fight for the compensation you deserve. You have nothing to lose and everything to gain by contacting us and coming in to discuss your situation.

Contact a Bucks County Personal Injury Attorney

The Law Office of Neal E. Newman is ready to handle your personal injury claim and help you recover the compensation you need. Mr. Newman and his staff understand the physical, emotional, and financial burdens that you may be facing after an accident. He will assess your situation and help you recover the compensation of which you are entitled to receive. For compassionate legal guidance during your personal injury claim, contact the Law Office of Neal E. Newman today.

Why Do I Need an Attorney If I’m Injured in A Car Accident?

If you are in a car accident, you need someone that can explore all possible legal options to recover the compensation you deserve. Especially if your accident involves a bus, truck or another commercial vehicle, multiple parties may be liable for your accident. It takes a skilled attorney to investigate your matter, employ resources to collect evidence and build a strong case. If you have reason to take legal action against another driver, Attorney Newman can help.

Who is Responsible If I’m Injured on Someone Else’s Property?

If you are injured in a slip or trip and fall accident on someone’s property, it is important to explore why it occurred. If your accident was caused by a property owner’s negligence, you could be entitled to compensation for your medical bills, lost wages, and more. Your case may depend on your attorney’s ability to prove that the property owner knew, or should have known about the hazard that caused your injuries, and did nothing to rectify the situation. Regardless of the property–commercial, municipal or private, the property owner has a responsibility for the safety of passersby. Your injury can lead to a lifetime of financial issues. Why let that happen? Contact Attorney Newman and speak about your case with a skilled attorney for free.

Do I Have a Medical Malpractice Case?

Becoming ill or suffering an injury after being cared for by a medical professional can be quite stressful, especially with the assumption that they will heal your ailment. If you believe that your physician, nurse or other medical provider caused you serious harm, you should speak to Attorney Newman. Not all medical mistakes are malpractice, but Attorney Newman can answer all of your questions, assess your case and walk you through your legal options. If your case is valid, Attorney Newman will vigorously fight in your corner, every step of the way.

How Can An Attorney Help Me With A Workers’ Compensation Case?

If you are injured at work, you are most likely covered under your employer’s Workers’ Compensation insurance policy. This support will provide you money following a workplace accident. Not many people understand that an attorney can be a powerful advocate who is ready to protect your rights and entitlement to benefits. Insurance companies are all about the bottom line. They often use cost-saving tactics to save money, including arguing that the party is not as injured as he or she says or that the healing process is complete and it’s time to get back to work. Don’t let the insurance companies squeeze you. Contact Attorney Newman to make it right.

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