ACCOMPLISHED PERSONAL ATTORNEYS SINCE 1982
If you have suffered a personal injury due to the careless or negligent actions of another, you have the right to be compensated for your losses. Our Pittsburgh Personal Injury Attorney team can obtain compensation for expenses related to medical care such as surgery, physical therapy, rehabilitation and medication. Personal Injury Lawsuits may also obtain compensation for pain and suffering, diminished quality of life and other non-economic damages.
If you need to speak with an experienced Pittsburgh personal injury lawyer call us for a free consultation: 412-672-5444 or toll free: 800-392-4529
Pribanic & Pribanic attorneys have successfully handled a wide variety of cases, including those in which our clients have suffered: Brain injuries, Burn injuries, Paraplegia and/or Quadriplegia, Spinal cord injuries, Fractures and Broken Bones, Blindness and Deafness Scarring and Disfigurement, as well as other serious injuries.
Our lawyers are individually and collectively lauded by peers and competitors, and have a proven record of success obtaining results for clients from the Pittsburgh area, throughout Pennsylvania and nationwide.
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In a case that combined practice areas of both product liability and hospital negligence, Pribanic & Pribanic obtained a life changing result for the client assuring that a severely injured child will have the proper treatment and care over the remainder of his life. The injured infant and his family will no longer have to worry about financial issues from this personal injury claim. Read about Pribanic & Pribanic case history.
Our client was the operator of a motorcycle which collided with another vehicle that had only $15,000 in liability coverage. After collecting the liability limits, Plaintiff pursued an underinsured motorist claim on the policy affording coverage for the motorcycle which Plaintiff was operating. The motorcycle was owned by Plaintiff’s employer, and had underinsured motorist benefits in the amount of $1.5 million.