Beaver Falls Personal Injury Attorney
Every year, countless people are injured in car accidents on roads in Beaver Falls and elsewhere in Beaver County, Pennsylvania. Worse yet, many of the injured drivers, passengers, and pedestrians are left with significant medical expenses and no way of paying those bills because insurance companies typically have a policy of “deny and delay” when it comes to contesting accident claims. That is why you should speak with an aggressive, knowledgeable Beaver Falls personal injury attorney who isn’t afraid to challenge the insurance company and get you fully compensated for your accident-related injuries.
If you suffered an injury in a car accident, a construction accident, a slip & fall, or any other type of accident in Beaver Falls, PA, the experienced personal injury attorneys at Goodrich & Geist, P.C. are prepared to help you. Contact us now to explore your legal options.
Beaver Falls, PA Construction Accident Lawyers Get You Compensated for Your Workplace Injuries
The experienced personal injury attorneys at Goodrich & Geist, P.C. have helped clients recover financially from damages caused by the negligence of others in Beaver Falls and elsewhere in Beaver County, Pennsylvania. Here are just a few of the types of personal injury cases that we handle:
- Construction Accidents
- Car Accidents
- Motorcycle Accidents
- Truck Accidents
- Bicycle & Pedestrian Accidents
- Dog Bites
- Premises Liability
- Slip & Falls
- Defective Products
- Drunk Driving & Dram Shop Violations
- Medical Malpractice
- Fires & Explosions
- Propane Explosions
- Marcellus Shale Drilling Accidents
- Natural Gas & Drilling Accidents
- Wrongful Death
If you sustained an injury in a Beaver Falls accident, you will be in good hands with Goodrich & Geist, P.C.
Goodrich & Geist Is Prepared to Help You with Your Beaver Falls, PA Personal Injury Case
If you were seriously injured in a car crash, a slip and fall accident, or a construction accident in Beaver Falls, PA, it is important for you to focus on what matters most: getting better physically and emotionally. Let the experienced Beaver Falls personal injury attorneys of Goodrich & Geist, P.C. handle your case so that you can dedicate yourself to improving your health without having to worry about complex legal matters.
Bill Goodrich and Josh Geist have over 50 years of combined experience assisting accident victims in Beaver Falls and everywhere else in Beaver County, Pennsylvania. Mr. Goodrich previously served as the president of the Pennsylvania Trial Lawyers Association, so he knows what it takes to win your case in the courtroom. Moreover, the members of the Goodrich & Geist, P.C. legal team are passionate about helping their clients get compensated for serious injuries because they understand how hard it can be for someone to make ends meet while suffering from a debilitating injury.
Schedule a Free Consultation with Beaver Falls Personal Injury Attorneys Now
If you were harmed in a construction accident in Beaver Falls, PA, or if you suffered an injury in any other type of accident, you need to speak with the experienced personal injury lawyers at Goodrich & Geist, P.C. Let us help you prepare the best possible case so that you can maximize your financial compensation. Call us today or fill out our online contact form to schedule a free consultation at our Pittsburgh office.
Beaver Falls, Pennsylvania
Beaver Falls is a small city on the Beaver River in Beaver County, PA. Beaver Falls has a population of nearly 9,000 residents and a total geographic area of 2.35 square miles. Many people who commute to and from Pittsburgh each day drive past Beaver Falls because the city is located 31 miles to the northwest of the major city. Beaver Falls is bordered by Big Beaver, Patterson Heights, Patterson Township, West Mayfield, and White Township. Nearby municipalities include Daugherty Township, Eastvale, New Brighton, and North Sewickley.
Beaver Falls used to be a major manufacturing and industrial center in Pennsylvania, but the economic decline throughout the Rust Belt left Beaver Falls with a low population and a struggling local economy. Approximately 23% of the city’s population lives below the poverty line.
In popular culture, Beaver Falls is known as the setting of the 1980s television show “Mr. Belvedere.” The real Beaver Falls is home to the first official public library in Beaver County, PA, as well as the Beaver River Trail (a rail trail that runs for more than one mile).