Delaware County Personal Injury Lawyers
We Fight for Maximum Financial Compensation for Your Injury
An accident can derail your life – physically, emotionally, and certainly financially. When an accident happens, and you suffer an injury, you need powerful help on your side to win the financial compensation you require to recover and thrive again. The Delaware County personal injury lawyers at McCann & Wall, LLC are devoted to building the strongest case possible for your injury to guarantee that you are compensated fully.
What is a “Personal Injury?”
A personal injury is any injury you suffer because of an accident, negligence, recklessness, or wrongdoing, and it can fall into a wide variety of categories.
Our legal team at McCann & Wall, LLC has experience dealing with a very broad range of accidents and circumstances that lead to an injury, including the following:
- Motor Vehicle Accidents
- Bicycle Accidents
- Bus Accidents
- Commercial Vehicle Accidents
- Truck Accidents
- Distracted Driving
- Drunk Driving
- Train Derailment and Train Accidents
- Premises Liability
- Product Liability
- Medical Malpractice
- Public Transportation Injuries
- Sports Injuries
- Pedestrian Accidents
- Slip and Fall Accidents
- Wrongful Death
- Workers’ Compensation
After an Injury
We know that there is a sense of urgency to get your case settled. We take a very personal approach to your case, and we recognize that it is unique. We are responsive, dedicated, and we fight hard to recover the maximum financial compensation for your injuries and your losses.
We have more than five decades of combined experience that we draw upon to build the most powerful case possible. We can provide a free evaluation of your situation, and you will not pay anything at all until we win.
Dedicated Warriors for Justice on YOUR Side
We know that a huge element of recovering from your injuries is peace of mind, which comes from knowing that we are handling all the legal matters for you. We stand up to insurance companies, product manufacturers, hospitals, trucking companies, and anyone else who might get in the way of your financial recovery.
We will work tirelessly to make sure you receive compensation for all of your expenses and your pain and suffering, so that you can recover from your injuries and get on with your life.
Compensation you may be entitled to could include the following:
- All medical bills, including treatment, therapy, medication, home modifications, much more
- Loss of income
- Emotional distress
- Pain and suffering
- Loss of consortium
- Loss of enjoyment of life
- Property damage
When Your Loss is Tragic
If you have lost a loved one to an accident or an injury, we have great compassion for your grief, and we know that fighting for compensation can be emotionally draining. We will answer your questions and provide the feedback and guidance you need during such a challenging time.
Although nothing can ever make up for such a loss, we can help you to recover financially so that you can move forward. You may be entitled to any medical bills your loved one incurred prior to death, compensation for their pain and suffering, funeral and burial expenses, loss of earnings, and loss of consortium.
If You Have Suffered a Work Injury
We will stand up to your employer and guide you through the Workers’ Compensation claims process. And if you have a third-party claim – where someone other than your employer is to blame for your injury – we can handle that too.
Delaware County Personal Injury Lawyers at McCann & Wall, LLC Obtain Full Recoveries for Your Pain and Suffering
If you are in need of representation after an accident or an injury of any kind, please contact a Delaware County personal injury lawyer at McCann & Wall, LLC today. The sooner we begin to build your case, the sooner you will be compensated for your losses and for your pain and suffering. You can call us at 215-569-8488 or contact us online for a free evaluation of your case. We represent clients throughout Pennsylvania, including Delaware County, Chester County and Philadelphia, as well as Delaware and New Jersey.