In the aftermath of a personal trauma, innumerable complications develop. Charges for medical services keep mounting, the capacity to earn a living becomes a continual conflict, and physical and psychological anguish are always at niggling. After a serious physical injury, it is of paramount importance that recuperation and restoration is at the forefront. Yet, in a number of cases, a long-winded and complex fight for your rights takes the lead.
At a time such as this, what you need is a practised and competent Personal Injury Lawyer who will fight for your Workers Compensation. You need an attorney who will pay attention to you and keep you in the loop on workmans comp, and guide you through every stage of your lawsuit. We, at Swartz Culleton PC., strive to seek justice for your cause!
As your personal representative with legal standing, we will fight aggressively for your interests. We will represent you as a Workers Comp Lawyer, Product Liability Lawyer, Slip and Fall lawyers, Truck Accident lawyer or a Personal Injury Lawyer; whatever your need demands us to act as, and we will march along with you to seek and get the justice you so rightly deserve!
Swartz Culleton PC., is a wholly committed personal injury law firm located in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania that concentrates on safeguarding the rights of the wounded. This is why, when you select Swartz Culleton PC., to represent you, you don't employ just an attorney, but the enterprising and versatile law firm behind it.
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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
Todd M. Felzer, of Swartz Culleton, A Philadelphia jury awarded $1.5 million earlier this month to a former Mercy Hospital of Philadelphia employee who said he suffered spinal injuries after hitting a cement pillar in his employer’s parking garage. Philadelphia Common Pleas Judge Patricia A. McInerney presided over the four-day trial, which resulted in the [...] - Read More