Aliquippa Personal Injury Attorney
The truth is that construction sites in Aliquippa, PA can be extremely dangerous places. The same is true of Aliquippa roads, especially during rush hour in the morning and at night. Of course, construction sites and roadways can be even more dangerous when safety regulations are ignored and when other people act recklessly or carelessly. In some instances, another person’s negligent conduct can lead to significant injury or even death. That’s why it is critical for anyone who sustained an injury in a construction accident, car accident, or any other type of incident to enlist the services of an aggressive Aliquippa personal injury attorney who will work diligently on their behalf.
The experienced personal injury lawyers at Goodrich & Geist, P.C. will fight to get you compensated for your Aliquippa accident and they will help you achieve the best possible outcome to your case. Contact the Goodrich & Geist legal team now to discuss your legal options.
Aliquippa Construction Accident Attorneys Handle Personal Injury Claims and Workers’ Compensation Claims
We will take care of the legal issues in your Aliquippa personal injury case so that you can focus all of your attention on getting back on your feet. We have assisted Aliquippa, PA accident victims in countless personal injury cases:
- Car Accidents
- Motorcycle Accidents
- Truck Accidents
- Bicycle & Pedestrian Accidents
- Construction Accidents
- Dog Bites
- Premises Liability
- Slip & Fall Accidents
- Defective Products
- Drunk Driving & Dram Shop Violations
- Medical Malpractice
- Fires & Explosions
- Propane Explosions
- Marcellus Shale Drilling Accidents
- Natural Gas & Drilling Accidents
- Wrongful Death
Contact Goodrich & Geist, P.C. today to speak with a member of our Aliquippa, Pennsylvania legal team.
Goodrich & Geist Can Help You Win Your Aliquippa, PA Personal Injury Case
The personal injury legal team at Goodrich & Geist, P.C. has more than 50 years of combined experience helping accident victims in Aliquippa and throughout Beaver County, Pennsylvania. During that time, Bill Goodrich and Josh Geist, the law firm’s founding partners, have helped countless people secure financial compensation for injuries sustained in car accidents, motorcycle accidents, slip & falls, and construction accidents in Aliquippa and surrounding areas.
Other law firms often refer their Aliquippa personal injury clients to Goodrich & Geist, P.C. because they know that our law firm provides small firm attention and big firm resources. When we take a case, we always make sure that the client’s needs are being met. Beyond that, our experienced attorneys prepare every case for trial – which gives us a major advantage during pre-trial negotiations with opposing counsel and insurance providers.
Free Consultation with Experienced Aliquippa, PA Personal Injury Lawyers
Were you injured in a car accident, a construction accident, or any other type of mishap, in Aliquippa, Pennsylvania? Experienced Aliquippa personal injury attorneys Bill Goodrich and Josh Geist will help you understand your legal rights so that you can secure maximum compensation for your injuries. Call Goodrich & Geist, P.C. to discuss your case, or fill out our online contact form to schedule a free consultation at our office in Pittsburgh, PA.
About the Aliquippa, PA Area
Aliquippa is a city located along the Ohio River in Beaver County, Pennsylvania. Aliquippa is situated in the west part of the Pittsburgh Metropolitan Statistical Area. The total population of Aliquippa is 9,102 people, according to the most recent census. The geographic area of Aliquippa is 4.6 square miles, most of which is land. Aliquippa is surrounded by Hopewell Township and is near Ambridge, Baden, and Harmony Township.
Aliquippa was formed from three towns: Aliquippa, Woodland, and New Sheffield. The city is best known for being the home of a major steel mill built on the Ohio River in 1905. At its peak in 1940, the steel mill employed many people – leading to a residential population of 27,000 people in Aliquippa. However, the facility closed down in the 1980s when the US steel industry declined. Not only has the Aliquippa population declined drastically, but many local businesses have also disappeared. Approximately 22% of people currently living in Aliquippa are below the poverty line.