Causes of Auto Accidents
The car accident attorneys at the Pittsburgh law firm of Ogg, Murphy & Perkosky, work to obtain maximum compensation for people suffering from traumatic injuries as a result of car accidents. Our Pittsburgh attorneys have handled many motor vehicle injury claims, including those involving:
- alcohol-related accidents (DUI / DWI)
- drug-related accidents
- hit-and-run accidents
- rear-end collisions
- pedestrian accidents
- speeding vehicles
- traffic violations
- truck accidents
- inattentive drivers
- cell-phone use while driving
Consequences of Car Crashes
The Pittsburgh car accident lawyers at our firm have significant experience with traumatic injuries resulting from auto accidents such as head-on collisions or SUV rollovers. We have successfully obtained recovery for adults and children suffering brain injuries, including traumatic brain injury (TBI), closed head injuries, neck, and spinal cord injuries, disfigurement, paralysis and other catastrophic injuries. Contact our car accident lawyers at Ogg, Murphy & Perkosky. We will fight for the compensation you need to recover from your injuries.
Fee Structure for Car Accident Claims
Our auto accident lawyers know that most people do not budget for a personal injury attorney. That's the reason we cover all expenses until the end of a case. We hire accident investigators, accident reconstruction experts and injury evaluators. We have a nurse on staff who evaluates your injuries and their financial impact, develops the case, and refers you to appropriate medical treatment if needed. When we obtain compensation for you, we are paid an agreed upon percentage of the funds recovered. If we are unable to make a recovery for you, you do not owe us attorneys’ fees. This is called a “contingency fee” arrangement and is common among attorneys who handle injury cases. We will answer your questions regarding fees and the injury claim process in a free initial consultation. To speak with a skilled auto accident attorney, contact us at Ogg, Murphy & Perkosky.
See our Motor Vehicle Accident FAQ for more information.