In Pennsylvania and New Jersey, as in other states, when you are legally visiting a residential or commercial property, you have a right to expect that the owner has taken reasonable precautions to either warn you of any potential dangers or to fix them. If you have been hurt on someone else’s property or in a building or structure on someone else’s land, you may have the right to seek a recovery for your losses. You want a lawyer who not only knows how to get full and fair compensation for your injuries but also understands the personal and human effect of a personal injury.
At Fritz & Bianculli, we have successfully represented slip and fall victims for more than 30 years collectively. We take a different approach, though—we understand that a personal injury about more than dollars—it’s about the human impact as well. We will take the time to get to know you and to learn how your injury has changed your life. We’ve built our successful practice by focusing on long-term relationships. We hope that, even after we’ve resolved your slip and fall case, you will feel comfortable bringing other legal challenges or questions to us.
At our firm, we evaluate every case with the same level of effort and dedication. If you have been rejected by another law firm, contact us for an initial consultation. Some of our largest verdicts and settlements have been for clients whose cases were initially turned down by other lawyers.
Our firm handles all aspects of your case, from the investigation of your claim through trial. We will carefully gather and evaluate all evidence, traveling to the scene of the accident, if necessary. When appropriate, we will retain and work with expert witnesses, such as accident reconstruction specialists, to prepare and present the best case for your full financial recovery.
Our attorneys take truck accident claims involving any type of negligence, including:
We review all accidents involving serious injuries, including wrongful death. Don’t hesitate to contact us because you don’t think you have a claim, or because you’ve been declined by another attorney. Some of our largest verdicts and settlements have been in cases initially rejected by other lawyers.