Since 1977, Anapol Weiss has maintained a reputation of excellence in the legal community on a national and local level. Our award-winning personal injury firm operates with offices in Philadelphia and Scottsdale, reaching across the country and representing thousands of Americans who have tragically lost a loved one or suffered catastrophic injury.
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Frequently Asked Questions
At Anapol Weiss, we look forward to helping you understand the complexities of personal injury cases. Our Philadelphia personal injury attorneys want to offer straightforward information so you can make an informed decision. We hope you’ll give us an opportunity to show you why so many clients choose us over other personal injury firms.
What qualifies as a personal injury lawsuit?
A personal injury lawsuit seeks just compensation for physical and mental injuries caused by the wrongful conduct of others. The amount of money awarded is often dependent upon the quality of legal representation, which is why one should always hire an experienced lawyer or law firm with a proven track record of obtaining large settlements.
How much is a personal injury claim worth?
The amount of money awarded depends on several factors that an experienced lawyer will discuss with you. Some of these factors include reimbursement of medical bills, lost wages and payment for pain and suffering.
What constitutes pain and suffering?
Pain and suffering includes physical, mental or emotional injuries due to an accident. These include but are not limited to: physical pain, emotional distress, temporary or permanent changes to one’s ability to experience life as previously able, reduction in quality of life, scarring, anxiety or depression.
Can you sue if you fall on private property?
Property owners owe the public the duty of keeping the inside and outside of their property in a reasonably safe condition. If a property owner fails to do so and a guest falls and sustains injuries on their property, they may be held liable.
What are the most common slip and fall injuries?
Slip and falls most often cause bruises, broken bones, sprains, and ruptured or herniated discs. In rare instances, people can die from a fall down accident.