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Personal Injury Attorneys in Cranberry Township, Pennsylvania

If you have been injured in a serious accident, it can be quite challenging to secure full and adequate compensation — whether from an insurer, or the defendant responsible for your injuries. What may begin as a straightforward injury can escalate into additional losses, such as wage loss, extensive and long-lasting pain and suffering, emotional distress, and loss of earning capacity, among various other damages. It is frequently underestimated how much pressure that personal injury victims are subjected to as the result of an unexpected accident.

With so much pressure, however, many prospective plaintiffs simply resign themselves to the incredible burden that was placed on them, and wait too long before pursuing litigation. It’s important to remember that — if you have been injured — there is a deadline by which you must file your claims. If your claims expire, then you may not pursue recovery in a Pennsylvania court.

If you have suffered injuries in an accident in Cranberry Township, PA, make sure to consult with an experienced attorney here at Goodrich & Geist, P.C. as soon as possible. Contact us today for a free consultation and case evaluation.

Cranberry Township, PA Accident Attorneys Help You Get Compensated for Your Injuries

Here at Goodrich & Geist, P.C., we have helped those who have suffered injuries by assisting them with a range of litigation, including — but not necessarily limited — to the following practice areas:

We understand that successful litigation does not just involve “winning” a case — the client must obtain adequate compensation for their injuries, too. We are committed to helping our clients achieve their litigation goals, and to that end, we provide personalized legal representation that is focused on maximizing compensation to the degree possible.

Why Choose Goodrich & Geist for Your Cranberry Township, PA Personal Injury Claim?

Goodrich & Geist, P.C. is a Pittsburgh-based personal injury law firm that has represented numerous accident victims in throughout the state of Pennsylvania, including those in Cranberry Township. We have several decades of experience litigating injury claims in Pennsylvania, which has served our clients well. Negotiations tend to go smoother if the plaintiff’s team of attorneys is prepared for and willing to pursue trial litigation. Here at Goodrich & Geist, P.C., our attorneys have taken over 100 cases all the way through to trial.

Call Experienced Cranberry Township, PA Personal Injury Lawyers Today

Remember, there is a statute of limitations deadline that attaches to your injury claims — in Pennsylvania and elsewhere. As such, you must pursue your claims in a timely manner, or risk losing the ability to recover in a court of law. For this reason, we encourage you to get in touch with one of the attorneys here at Goodrich & Geist, P.C. as soon as possible. Call in anytime to speak with us about your injury claims. During your free initial consultation, we will assess your claims and assist you with developing a strategy for recovering the damages to which you are entitled.

About the Cranberry Township, Pennsylvania Area

Cranberry Township is a township in Butler County (Western Pennsylvania), which is itself adjacent to both Allegheny County and Beaver County. Cranberry Township is no more than half-an-hour’s drive to the center of Pittsburgh. In fact, many residents describe Cranberry Township as a suburb of Pittsburgh. The township has a long history that stretches back as far as George Washington and the French-and-Indian War of 1753.

Heavily-trafficked roads criss-cross Cranberry Township, such as Interstate 79, Interstate 76, US Route 19, and Pennsylvania Route 228, all connected by an interchange. Further, Interstate 279 runs just south of Cranberry Township. As such, the township often finds itself at the center of accidents that give rise to personal injury litigation.

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