Construction Zone Accident Lawyers in Pittsburgh, PA

Whether you or a loved one were injured in a construction zone because of a human error, poor road design or confusing signage, you may have a case. But you need to act fast. If you’re filing a claim against a local government or the state of Pennsylvania, you need to notify them in writing within six months from the date of the accident. Before you do that, do you know what steps to follow to ensure the best chances for your case? We’ve outlined them below. They’ll also help the expert lawyers at Edgar Snyder & Associates to do their best work for you.

And here's the second thing you should keep in mind: It's not your job to figure out if you have an employment law claim.

That's where employment lawyers come in.

  1. They know the ins and outs of the law.
  2. They can determine if you have a case.
  3. They navigate the complexities of employment law for you, so you can work together to make the best possible decisions.

Labor and employment laws vary from state to state, so it is important to have an experienced employment attorney on your side when taking legal action against an employer. Federal and state employment laws can be particularly complicated, and an experienced employment attorney can navigate this process for you. The attorneys at Edgar Snyder & Associates can answer any questions you may have regarding your case and will work to get you the best results possible.

If you think that you could have a claim, that's the time to get in touch with an experienced employment lawyer. Waiting to get legal advice can drastically reduce your options.

Whether you or a loved one were injured in a construction zone because of a human error, poor road design or confusing signage, you may have a case. But you need to act fast. If you’re filing a claim against a local government or the state of Pennsylvania, you need to notify them in writing within six months from the date of the accident. Before you do that, do you know what steps to follow to ensure the best chances for your case? We’ve outlined them below. They’ll also help the expert lawyers at Edgar Snyder & Associates to do their best work for you.

And here's the second thing you should keep in mind: It's not your job to figure out if you have an employment law claim.

That's where employment lawyers come in.

  1. They know the ins and outs of the law.
  2. They can determine if you have a case.
  3. They navigate the complexities of employment law for you, so you can work together to make the best possible decisions.

Labor and employment laws vary from state to state, so it is important to have an experienced employment attorney on your side when taking legal action against an employer. Federal and state employment laws can be particularly complicated, and an experienced employment attorney can navigate this process for you. The attorneys at Edgar Snyder & Associates can answer any questions you may have regarding your case and will work to get you the best results possible.

If you think that you could have a claim, that's the time to get in touch with an experienced employment lawyer. Waiting to get legal advice can drastically reduce your options.

What to Do After a Construction Zone Accident

First, ensure your personal safety by immediately calling 911 for emergency assistance.

Then, follow these steps to preserve the integrity of your potential case:

  1. Do not admit fault or blame anyone else.
  2. Exchange contact and insurance information with everyone at the scene.
  3. Document details of the accident while they’re still fresh in your mind. Write them down or record them on an app on your smart phone.
  4. DO NOT give any statement to the insurance company – either yours or that of the other parties involved.
  5. Contact Edgar Snyder & Associates and our expert construction zone accident team for a free consultation.

The clock starts ticking when you're injured in a construction zone accident

Whether you were injured because of a human error, poor road design, or confusing signage, you must act fast.

When filing a claim against a local government in PA or the state of Pennsylvania, you must notify them in writing within six months from the date the accident happened.

Insurance Companies: Proceed With Caution

Unfortunately, your insurance company doesn’t always have your best interest in mind. They may deny your claim or even offer you a low settlement to save money. That’s why you should never try to handle your case alone and instead call Edgar Synder & Associates. Insurance companies have armies of lawyers that may try to bully you into a settlement. Our expert construction zone accident lawyers know how to stand up to them and work for you.

Info To Gather To Help Us Evaluate Your Claim

Once we’re on board, our experts will collect evidence, interview witnesses, hire accident reconstruction experts and talk with investigators to build the value of your case. But before we meet, please try gathering the following information to assist in our evaluation of your claim:

  1. The accident report (if you have it.)
  2. Any notes or information you used to document the accident, including weather conditions and time of day.
  3. Your auto insurance policy.
  4. Your medical or disability insurance policy.
  5. All correspondence you’ve received from your insurance company.
  6. Medical bills

What You Can Expect From Our First Meeting

The biggest thing you can expect is to have a friendly and compassionate conversation. We understand that you’re not a legal expert. So, any question you have is a good one. We’ll also have some questions of our own so that we can understand your case as best as we can. If you don’t know the answers, we’ll work with you to help build your case.

Benefit of Having Legal Protection for You & Your Family

Since 1982, the experienced attorneys at Edgar Snyder & Associates have helped over 75,000 people injured in all types of accidents and earned over $1 billion dollars in recoveries for our clients. When you choose our firm, you get an entire team working for you. That means you can concentrate on your recovery. We’ll handle the hassles and work toward getting you the compensation you deserve.

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