for the wife and young children of a man who was killed by a piece of equipment that fell from a passing tractor-trailer. This is the largest verdict in a motor vehicle death case in the history of Washington County, Pennsylvania.
for Egyptian physician against his landlord when the manager of his apartment complex told the FBI that she found indications of terrorist activities in the apartment, when in fact none existed, causing the doctor to lose his job.
settlement for the estate of a man, who died due to improper surgery on a tumor and misreading of his pathology slide
settlement for the estate of a woman who contracted tuberculosis in the transplant unit of a hospital
settlement for estate of a man killed in a motor vehicle accident with a bus
settlement for estate of a woman killed in an accident with a tractor-trailer
settlement for a man, who was run over by a dump truck at a construction site
settlement for a coal miner, who suffered a brain injury due to defective equipment
settlement for a woman hit by a pickup truck, who suffered multiple fractures of both legs
settlement for a young man who was injured as a passenger in a vehicle driven by an intoxicated driver, who crashed his pickup truck.
settlement for two young children, who suffered serious injuries as the result of negligent operation of an automobile
settlement for a woman who slipped, but didn’t fall, and herniated two discs in her back
settlement for a passenger injured in a SUV rollover
insurance policy limits settlement for the estate of a woman killed in a car wreck
settlement for a young man who sustained a concussion when he was hit by a car while riding his bicycle
settlement for the estate of a child, who was born brain dead as the result of medical malpractice
verdict and delay damages against the City of Pittsburgh for injuries caused by negligent driving by a police officer
settlement for a young man who was injured in a car accident
settlement for a female passenger in a car accident who sustained herniated discs
insurance policy limits settlement for a man, who lost a leg when his motorcycle was hit by a car
for a woman who, suffered nerve injuries to her leg after a trip and fall accident
settlement for a doctor involved in a motor vehicle accident
settlement for a passenger injured in a motor vehicle accident
settlement for an elderly woman who fractured her hip when she was knocked down by her neighbor’s German Shepherd dog
settlement for a man ejected from his truck due to a seat belt malfunction
award and settlement for the occupants of a car involved in a serious crash
settlement for individuals, who were the victims of dental malpractice
jury verdict for a woman who was a victim of dental malpractice
insurance policy limits settlement for a man, who broke his ankle in a car wreck
settlement in a medical malpractice case, where a surgeon operated on the wrong disk
policy limits settlement for a man injured by a hit and run driver
settlement for a shoulder injury suffered in a car wreck
settlement for a woman, who suffered a serious wrist fracture when she slipped and fell in a grocery store parking lot
settlement for a woman, who suffered serious injuries of both knees when they struck the dashboard in a car wreck
insurance policy limits settlement for a person, who sustained an ankle fracture in a car crash
settlement for a woman, who suffered a disc herniation when her car was struck by a tractor trailer
settlement for a woman, who sustained a back injury in a car crash
for a man, who broke his leg in a motorcycle accident
award and settlement for a man, who was injured when another driver crossed the center line striking his car
for a woman, who suffered a neck injury as the result of a crash involving two buses
for a young girl who suffered a broken leg in an accident
insurance policy limits settlement for a man, who suffered a herniated disc in a car wreck caused by a drunk minor
for a child, who suffered scars on his face caused by a defect on school property
settlement for a patient, who fell down in a nursing home, sustaining a hip fracture which was treated without surgery
for a woman, who suffered a severe shoulder injury when her vehicle was struck by a tractor trailer
settlement for the estate of a victim of a civil rights violation in a jail
for a man, who suffered a knee injury in a car crash
for occupants of a car injured when another driver crossed the center line crashing into their auto
insurance policy limits settlement for the estate of a man, who suffered a heart attack when a gun was pointed at him
insurance policy limits settlement for a limousine passenger injured in a car wreck
settlement for a woman, whose doctor operated on the wrong leg
for a woman, who sustained a broken leg when she was struck by a car while walking her dog
settlement for a pedestrian, who sustained a broken leg when struck by a car
for a woman, who was punched by an employee of a fast food restaurant
for the estate of a 91-year-old woman, who died as a result of negligence at nursing home
settlement for a woman, who suffered a broken wrist in a slip and fall accident (when 3 other law firms declined to take her case.)
settlement for a victim of a dog bite
settlement for a girl, who suffered a leg fracture due to a play-ground defect
for a slip and fall on ice, which caused a disc herniation, which was treated without surgery
settlement for Underinsured Motorist benefits for a client, who came to our firm one year after another attorney settled the case against the negligent driver for a low amount
settlement for a man, who, prior to retaining us, was offered only $1,500.00 by the insurance company and threatened that if does not take their offer, he would get nothing.
For more than 25 years the personal injury attorneys at the Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania office of Shenderovich, Shenderovich & Fishman have been aggressively fighting on behalf of their clients in and out of the courtroom. With combined legal experience of over 170 years, the law firm’s attorneys help those who have been injured by another’s negligence. The attorneys of Shenderovich, Shenderovich & Fishman have the knowledge, experience and success that distinguishes them from others.
At Shenderovich, Shenderovich & Fishman, our qualified team has extensive experience helping clients in the Pittsburgh area who have been injured in a variety of ways. This includes, but is not limited to, the following:
This is certainly not an all-inclusive list of the ways people sustain injuries in the Pittsburgh area. If you or a loved one have been injured due to the negligence of another person, one of the personal injury attorneys at Shenderovich, Shenderovich & Fishman will be happy to conduct a free consultation regarding your case.
Our personal injury team has experience helping clients who have sustained a range of injuries caused by another person. The Pittsburgh personal injury team at Shenderovich, Shenderovich & Fishman regularly helps clients who have sustained the following:
The Pittsburgh personal injury attorneys at Shenderovich, Shenderovich & Fishman understand that injury victims are often placed into precarious financial situations. Not only do victims have to worry about their regular household expenses, but an injury can lead to tremendous medical expenses and other unexpected out-of-pocket costs.
That is why we take all Pittsburgh personal injury cases on a contingent fee basis. This means that you owe no legal fees until we win. There are no upfront costs and no out-of-pocket expenses. You don’t pay if we don’t win. Our fee is the lowest advertised fee in the area and our attorneys are rated as the Best in America!
In Pennsylvania, the statute of limitations for negligence cases is two years. This means that victims have a two-year window with which to file a lawsuit in civil court against an alleged negligent party. Failure to file a lawsuit in this amount of time could result in an injury victim being unable to recover any compensation for their losses.
With this in mind, the personal injury lawyers at the Pittsburgh office of Shenderovich, Shenderovich & Fishman want to encourage you to speak to an attorney as soon as possible about your case. It is never a good idea to wait to file a personal injury claim. As soon as an accident occurs, evidence begins to disappear. Over time, memories can fade. The longer you wait to file your personal injury lawsuit, the less likely you are to recover maximum compensation for your expenses.
We hope that you and your family are staying healthy and safe in this unsettling time due to Coronavirus (COVID-19). We assure you that Shenderovich Shenderovich & Fishman remains open and focused on our clients. While this pandemic prevents us from meeting you in person, we are available to answer your questions by phone and email. We continue to monitor the situation while working to ensure the continued health and safety of our clients and staff. We encourage you to communicate with us via email or telephone 888-98-TWINS(89467) if you have questions about your case. We have taken the necessary steps to reschedule pending hearings and extend filing deadlines, as appropriate. Our staff remains committed to serving you at the highest level possible. Our paramount concern is for the health, safety and well-being of our clients, our staff and the communities which we serve.
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