purchase, george & murphey.
purchase, george & murphey.
Experience matters. Especially when it comes to the law. The accomplished Summit, PA personal injury lawyers at Purchase, George & Murphey, LLC skillfully represent clients in Erie County who have suffered harm in accidents caused by negligence.
Our top-rated legal team has extensive experience handling a wide range of Pennsylvania accident claims, including — but not limited to — the following:
If you or a loved one has been harmed in an accident and you are wondering if you have the basis for a personal injury claim, schedule a free, no-obligation consultation with one of our experienced accident attorneys near Summit, PA.
When it comes to personal injury claims, it is all about negligence. And that is because the protections afforded to accident victims under personal injury law are only applicable if another person or entity’s negligent actions caused or contributed to the accident. Otherwise, the protections do not apply.
Negligence may be exhibited in the form of recklessness, such as driving while intoxicated. Negligence may also be demonstrated by someone’s inaction, such as in the failure to address a safety hazard, or a failure to alert others as to the presence of unsafe conditions. Depending upon the type of accident, negligence can take many different forms. The Summit, PA personal injury lawyers at Purchase, George & Murphey, LLC develop strong claims of negligence to obtain full and fair compensation for Pennsylvania accident victims.
Our dedicated personal injury team has recovered the following for our clients, and more:
To learn about the level of compensation you may receive for your personal injury accident claim, speak with an experienced injury attorney at Purchase, George & Murphey, LLC.
This form is fully confidential. We will safeguard your privacy and reputation. We will contact you within 24 hours. If you need immediate assistance, please call our office: 814.273.2010
"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
Want to recover just compensation for your accident? Don’t miss any opportunity to do so.
Don’t miss the legal deadlines for filing a personal injury claim in the Pennsylvania courts: two years from the time of the accident. Don’t overlook simple actions to take that can strengthen your personal injury claim of negligence: obtaining contact information from witnesses, seeking medical attention to document your injuries, and notifying law enforcement officers of your accident when appropriate. And, most importantly, don’t miss the important step of selecting a qualified, experienced personal injury lawyer to handle your case.
At Purchase, George & Murphey, LLC our skilled Summit, PA personal injury lawyers are by your side every step of the way throughout the personal injury claims process. Our diligent legal team makes sure that we take full advantage of every aspect of Pennsylvania’s personal injury law to recover full compensation for your losses.
Don’t miss the opportunity to achieve the best possible outcome in your case. Speak with the knowledgeable Summit, PA personal injury lawyers at Purchase, George & Murphey, LLC about your potential damage award by scheduling a free, no-obligation case evaluation with a member of our team.
Summit Township, Pennsylvania is located in Erie County, just eight miles south of downtown Erie. Summit Township is approximately 24 square miles and is home to nearly 7,100 residents.
FAQ: How do I know if my accident meets the legal standard required to file a personal injury claim? +
To learn whether your accident meets the legal standard required to file a personal injury claim, the first consideration is the issue of negligence. Negligence is at the core of personal injury law, and without it, there is no basis to file a claim. But what is considered negligent in terms of an accident? The answer to that question is that it depends upon the specific circumstances of your accident. For example, running a red light and hitting someone with your vehicle is negligent. Knowing that your storefront steps are broken and not doing anything about it is negligent. So is letting your dog run loose when you have knowledge that your dog poses a threat to others. To learn whether your particular accident meets the criteria to file a personal injury claim in the Pennsylvania court, speak with an experienced personal injury lawyer. At Purchase, George & Murphey, LLC, our legal team offers a free, no-obligation consultation for accident victims so that you can get answers to your questions and make the most informed decision possible in your situation.
FAQ: I was hurt in a slip and fall accident but I didn’t know I was injured at the time and only saw a doctor a few weeks later for my injuries. Will this harm my case? +
It is not uncommon for injuries to present themselves days, weeks, or even months after a slip and fall accident. So this does not necessarily harm your case. In these situations, it is most helpful to obtain all medical records from your doctor, and any information from the accident itself, such as the names of any witnesses. Then speak with an injury lawyer regarding the next best steps in your situation.
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