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When you are hiring a lawyer to represent you in a personal injury case, you certainly don’t want a lackluster attorney by your side. You want someone who is experienced, knowledgeable, and driven to get the results you deserve. That is what you get — and more — when you hire the skilled Fairview, PA personal injury lawyers at Purchase, George & Murphey, P.C. Our experienced legal team gets results for accident victims in Erie County, Pennsylvania, and recovers full and fair compensation for those who are injured in accidents caused by negligence.
Many accident victims wonder what kind of accidents are covered under personal injury law. The answer to that question is any type of accident where negligence on the part of another person or entity caused or contributed to the accident is covered. An accident caused by someone driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs (DUI) is an accident caused by negligence. An accident where a homeowner invites people to their home knowing that there are unsafe conditions on the property — but does not alert them of the hazard — is an accident caused by negligence. The list goes on and on.
At Purchase, George & Murphey, P.C. our experienced Fairview, PA personal injury lawyers have successfully represented clients who were harmed in all kinds of accidents including — but not limited to — the following:
If you have questions regarding whether your accident has the elements necessary to file a personal injury claim, meet with the experienced Fairview, PA personal injury lawyers at Purchase, George & Murphey, P.C. for a free, no-obligation consultation.
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"Professional, honest, hard-working and made the entire process a lot less stressful."
Gregory F., July 2021 / Former Client
"We really appreciate Tim taking the time to consult with us. He was very professional and had great advice. We really appreciate it."
Leonid K., May 2021 / Former Client
The Fairview, PA personal injury lawyers at Purchase, George & Murphey, P.C. are driven to recover full and fair compensation for accident victims who are harmed by the negligent actions of others. Our dedicated legal team protects the rights of the injured and builds strong, strategic cases to recover losses including — but not limited to — any of the following:
What do you get when you hire the Fairview, PA personal injury lawyers at Purchase, George & Murphey, LLC to handle your personal injury accident claim? Knowledge. Passion. Skill. Drive. And most of all — results. Our dedicated personal injury lawyers draw upon extensive experience handling a broad range of accident claims for Pennsylvania clients to deliver the best possible outcome in your case.
Learn more about the services we offer and our track record by scheduling a free, no-obligation consultation with a member of our team. Our personal injury lawyers explain the claims process, the legal requirements for proving negligence, and the damage award that you may be able to recover for your injuries and losses. We answer your questions and provide an honest assessment of your accident claim. Don’t wait. Speak with a knowledgeable injury attorney at Purchase, George & Murphey, LLC today.
Fairview Township, Pennsylvania is situated in Erie County. Fairfield Township is located on the southern shore of Lake Erie and is home to approximately 3,100 residents. Fairview Township was founded in 1797 and is one of Erie County’s sixteen original townships.
FAQ: How much time do I have to file a personal injury claim for an accident in Pennsylvania? +
The legal timeframe for filing a personal injury claim in Pennsylvania — known as the statute of limitations — is two years from the date of the accident. Claims that are filed with the Pennsylvania court after this deadline has passed will be dismissed, and the accident victim loses their right to recover any compensation for their accident injuries and other losses. If you or a loved one is concerned about meeting the two-year statute of limitations, consult with an experienced personal injury lawyer as soon as possible.
FAQ: Does it matter if I am partly to blame for my accident? Can I still recover some compensation for my injuries? +
When it comes to personal injury law, it does matter if the accident victim shared some level of fault for their accident. Pennsylvania follows laws known as “modified comparative negligence” rules when more than one person or entity is responsible for an accident. These laws call for the damage award that the injured person may receive to be reduced by an amount that reflects their level of responsibility for the accident. This sounds confusing but it is, in fact, very straightforward. Consider this scenario: you are injured in a slip and fall accident and you are partly to blame for the accident (perhaps you were running in flip-flops and didn’t see the hazard sign that was posted about the wet flooring). It is determined that you share 40 percent of the blame for your own accident so your damage award is then reduced by 40 percent. If the compensation you were eligible to receive was $5,000, then your award will be reduced to $3,000.
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