Philadelphia Car, Truck & Pedestrian Accident Law Firm
Namerow Law handles auto injury cases in Philadelphia and the surrounding counties including Delaware, Montgomery, Bucks, etc. Our car accident lawyers provide client-centered representation and strive to achieve the best possible results in car, truck, pedestrian and bike accidents. The legal information provided below is no substitute for legal advice. Call our firm for a free consultation at (215) 985-0777.
Most Recent Car Accident Law Posts
- Philadelphia Car Accidents: Children’s Legal Rights to Medical Bills or Pain & Suffering Damages (January 14, 2020)What rights to children have after a car, truck or pedestrian accident in Philadelphia? How do medical bills get paid, and can a child receive compensation for pain and suffering?
- I was hit by a car crossing the street in Philadelphia and have medical bills. I don’t own a car so I don’t have car insurance. Who pays for my medical bills? (May 22, 2019)Answered by Jordan Namerow, a Philadelphia Car Accident & Injury Lawyer Pennsylvania law allows for pedestrians injured in car accidents to get their medical bills in one of two ways. First, if the pedestrian is covered under their own car insurance policy (or a policy of a relative), they can make a special PIP insurance claim …
- I was hit by a car in Philadelphia and missed a lot of work from my injuries. Who pays for my lost wages? (April 8, 2019)I was hit by a car in Philadelphia and missed a lot of work from my injuries. Who pays for my lost wages? Pennsylvania car accident lawyer Jordan Namerow discusses how to recover lost wages, through PIP claims or lawsuits against at-fault drivers.
- Philly Car Accidents – Medical Bills & Lost Wages (March 15, 2019)Hundreds of car accidents happen every day in Philadelphia and the surrounding counties, like Delaware and Montgomery counties. When serious accidents happen, injured drivers, passengers and pedestrians will need medical treatment, and in some cases, severe injuries result in lost wages. For example, a driver in Philadelphia is hit at an intersection and suffers a …
Philadelphia Car Accident Law Info
Philadelphia Car Accidents and Traumatic Brain Injuries [Brain injuries often occur after a serious impact car accident in Philadelphia. Even mild brain injuries can result in serious, long-lasting symptoms. Injured victims can receive financial recovery for medical bills, lost wages and pain and suffering after a car accident.]
Philadelphia Pedestrian Car Accidents – Who Pays the Medical Bills? [Pedestrian accidents are very common in Philadelphia, especially in Center City, Old City and West Philadelphia. Pedestrians can recover for their damages and are not bound by limited tort law.]
Philadelphia Car Accidents – Compensation for Multiple Injured Parties [What happens when a single car accident results in injuries to multiple people? Can they all recover for their injuries? What are the limitations, if any?]
What Happens When a Philadelphia Driver is in a Car Accident in New Jersey? [Philadelphia residents are often in New Jersey for work or to hang out at the Jersey Shore. When a Philadelphia resident gets into a car accident in NJ, they are often bound by NJ law (AKA: Deemer Law) that limits what an injured victim can recover.]
Philadelphia, PA Car Accidents – What Damages Can Injured Victims Recover? [This article discusses the types of damages an injured driver or passenger can recover after a car accident in Philadelphia. Medical bills, out of pocket expenses, household help and lost wages are the most common claims for financial compensation.]
Philadelphia Car Accidents – What is Underinsured Motorist/Uninsured Motorist (UIM/UM) Coverage? [Underinsured and uninsured motorist coverage is one of the most important types of auto insurance claims after a serious car accident in Philadelphia. It’s a type of coverage that most people know nothing about. Oftentimes, people opt out of this coverage when buying auto insurance.]
Philadelphia, PA Car Accidents – What You Need to Know About Limited Tort [Limited tort law is one of the most complex laws that affect an injured car accident victim’s rights to recover after a car accident in Philadelphia. If you selected limited tort on your OWN car insurance policy, you may be limited when it comes time to make claims for financial recovery after a car accident that’s caused by another driver.]