Hire a Personal Injury Lawyer in Pennsylvania to Get Help After a Crisis
After a traumatic event, you may find yourself struggling to make sense of what happened, especially if what you've gone through has made it impossible for you to continue the kind of lifestyle you enjoyed before an incident. Hiring a personal injury lawyer could be the first step of getting your life back to normal.
Hire Slip and Fall Lawyers and Other Experts Now
At Swartz Culleton PC, we want to be a trusted legal resource whether you're thinking about filing a worker's compensation claim or need the advice of an experienced slip and fall lawyers. We serve clients in Pennsylvania, including Philadelphia. Contact us today to get advice about getting the financial benefits to which you may be entitled.
Easing the Strain
If you've recently been in a crash and require the services of a truck accident lawyer, you may be feeling emotionally taxed from having to deal with the unexpected turn of events. Similarly, if you've gotten hurt at work and want to make a worker's compensation claim but are unsure how to file workman's comp forms, you may even begin to doubt whether you have a strong case. Those conflicting emotions can make it hard to maintain a positive attitude, but a workman's comp lawyer can help.
Some people become injured while using everyday products, despite following usage instructions properly. In situations like that, a product liability lawyer can gather evidence that proves an item was manufactured in a faulty way. Without the help of a personal injury lawyer or worker's comp lawyer in scenarios like those above, you could understandably begin to feel very discouraged and like you've run out of options.
Representation So You Can Recover
When you're coping with the physical, mental and emotional effects of injuries that happened in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania or somewhere nearby, your sole priority should be on making a full recovery. Contact us at Swartz Culleton PC today. Regardless of whether you need a truck accident lawyer, product liability lawyer or just someone to explain the process of submitting workman's comp paperwork, let us assist you. We'll support your legal rights so you can concentrate on getting better.
Anatomy, Diagnostic Testing and Medical Experts: Winning Strategies for Plaintiff’s Direct and Cross-Examination. Brandon Swartz is a founding partner of Swartz Culleton, PC. His practice focuses on all types of personal injury cases including wrongful death, medical malpractice, civil rights violations, motor vehicle, premises liability, products’ liability, trucking accidents and workers’ compensation. Mr. Swartz’s legal career has been highlighted by several outstanding results including a $12.5 million jury verdict obtained on behalf of a man injured in an industrial work accident; A $3 million settlement in the Eastern District of Pennsylvania on behalf of a child who was born prematurely with substantial developmental defects after his mother consumed turkey deli meat infected with Listeria; a $1.5 million settlement in the Bucks County Court of Common Pleas on behalf a construction worker who fell through a roof, the third highest settlement ever reported in Bucks County, Pennsylvania; a $6.5 million settlement in Philadelphia County for a plaintiff injured by a defectively designed trash truck; and a $1.895 million settlement in Philadelphia County for a victim of a gas explosion. Mr. Swartz has also obtained numerous favorable awards and settlements representing hundreds of injured workers’ compensation claimants in the Greater Philadelphia region. He graduated cum laude from Temple University School of Law. - Read More
Products $6.5 Million Settlement Date of Settlement: January 14. Court and Case No.: C.P. Philadelphia No. 100403422. Judge: Marlene F. Lachman. Type of Action: Products liability. Injuries: Internal organ damage; spinal cord injury; need to use colostomy and urine bags; evisceration of scrotum; amputation of right leg and phantom pain from missing leg. Plaintiff’s Counsel: [...] - Read More
On a cold winter day, a 49 year old construction site foreman arrived early for work. As he had done on many prior occasions, the man unlocked the company storage container and set about lighting the propanefueled heater used to heat the container which, in addition to storing tools, served as shelter for the employees. [...] - Read More
A 62 year old Catholic school teacher who broke both her legs in a head-on motor vehicle collision in Montgomery County has settled her personal injury lawsuit prior to trial for $1.65 million. The plaintiff was on her way home from work when an auto repair parts delivery driver, traveling in the opposite direction, crossed [...] - Read More
A 62 year old production line worker who was injured when he fell from a catwalk has settled his career-ending shoulder injury claims for $525,000. The employee was represented by Swartz Culleton attorney Brandon Swartz, who conducted a forensic accident investigation to determine if any company other than the employer was responsible for causing the [...] - Read More
Swartz Culleton has settled multiple claims on behalf of a 48 year old woman who sustained bilateral lower extremity fractures in a Chester County motor vehicle accident for a total of $630,000. - Read More
Christopher Culleton of Swartz Culleton obtained a $300,000 settlement for a man who sustained a broken leg in an auto accident involving a single vehicle. The plaintiff, who was a passenger in the vehicle, made a full recovery but missed work for four months and underwent medical treatment for twelve weeks. - Read More
Swartz Culleton obtained a $150,000 settlement for a Bucks County woman whose husband developed a Stage IV sacral bedsore during medical treatment for a fracture caused by a fall at home. The bedsore required surgery to remove dead tissue and took three months to heal. The husband died of unrelated causes after suit was filed. [...] - Read More
By KATIE WALMSLEY July 11, 2011 When Thomas Timko made an obscene hand gesture to a driver who irked him, he may not have predicted the disastrous chain of events he set in motion — but his daughter believes he could and should have, and she’s suing him to prove it. Driving home in October [...] - Read More