Have you been injured? Auto accident? Slip and Fall? Do you have a Workers Compensation claim? Are you a victim of Medical Malpractice? You may be entitled to compensation for injuries to your body, mind or emotions, as well as reimbursement for any damage to your personal property. You may also be entitled to compensation for how the injury has affected your life!
Danielle Duffy will help you get the compensation you deserve for your injury!
Danielle Duffy is a Philadelphia Personal Injury Attorney specializing in accidents and crashes (auto, motorcycle, and boat), slip and fall lawsuits, medical malpractice, wrongful death cases, and even dog bites. We put our client needs first and our legal team is committed to excellence in every way.
Our accident attorneys and personal injury attorneys are experienced with both both full tort and limited tort cases.
Our personal injury attorneys, medical malpractice attorneys, and workers compensation attorneys service Philadelphia, Bucks County, Montgomery County, and Delaware County in Pennsylvania. Contact us today for a free consultation with one of our lawyers! We can get you the money you deserve!
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DID YOU KNOW?
If the negligence of another party can be proved, the injured party may be entitled to monetary compensation from that party.
The amount of compensation for a personal injury will primarily depend on the severity of the injury. Intense injuries (such as broken bones, severed limbs, brain damage) that cause serious physical pain and suffering usually receive the highest jury awards or settlements
You can be awarded two types of monetary compensation, a lump sum or a structured settlement. Structured settlements may have better tax treatments and may provide better financial planning for injured victims. However, many of those who receive a structured settlement eventually convert it to a lump sum through companies who specialize in this. Consult with your attorney and tax adviser for your best option.
The applicable law can vary from court to court in different areas.
Recent 3rd Circuit Decisions