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Watch the video above to hear about an actual local case study of an Auto Accident Victim.
Don’t Get Hurt Twice!
Get Every Dollar That Is Rightfully Yours – Call Mark!
Are you the victim of an auto accident?
- Car crashes: rear end collisions, left turn, intersectional, head on accidents
- Motorcycle and scooter wrecks
- Tractor Trailer accidents
- 15-Passenger Vans: these vans are often used by daycare centers, hotels, sports teams, churches, senior citizen groups and are considered the most dangerous vehicles on the road. They are more likely to be involved in a single-vehicle rollover accident, more so than any other type of vehicle.
- Pedestrian accidents, hit and run
- School Bus Accidents
- SUV rollovers
- Uninsured / underinsured motorists
- Defective autos: including door latch failures, seat back collapses, fuel fed fires, air bag injuries, seat belt failure, child seat defects, roof crush, sudden acceleration, and tire blowouts
- SEPTA or other Public Transit Accidents
Mark Will Work Only For You.
So who is on your side? Mark is, and he works only for victims of personal injury, NEVER for the insurance companies. He is an experienced Auto Accident Attorney who can quickly figure out what you truly deserve to be paid for medical bills, pain and suffering, lost wages, and other expenses, and then will fight hard to get you what’s rightfully yours.
For more than 30 years as a Personal Injury Attorney, Mark has helped hundreds of car accident victims.
A FREE initial consultation will allow us to evaluate your claim. The best part? We work on contingency, meaning that you never have to pay a dime until we win you money.
What to Do After an Accident:
- Never discuss fault. Try to stay calm, take a deep breath, and check for injuries.
- Call the police to report the accident. There are no exceptions to this rule.
- Turn on your hazard lights.
- Do not exit your vehicle until you are sure that it is safe to do so.
- Do not move your vehicle following an accident unless it is necessary for your safety or required by law.
- If possible take photographs of the accident scene. These pictures should include any roadway debris, damage to the vehicles, traffic control devices, scene of accident and visible injuries.
- Stay at the scene of the accident until help arrives.
- Never leave the scene of the accident until after the police have concluded their investigation.
- Exchange insurance information with the other drivers involved in the collision.
- Be courteous to everyone at the scene of the accident, including the driver who hit you, but don’t discuss fault.
- Find witnesses and write down their contact information.
- Never discuss fault, unless your consulting with your attorney
- Never talk to the adverse driver’s insurance company without representation of counsel.
- DO NOT delay in seeking treatment for your injuries.
- DO NOT tell anyone that the accident was your fault, even if your unsure.