Ross Feller Casey attorneys have a remarkable record of multi-million dollar recoveries in all types of automobile accident lawsuits in Philadelphia and across Pennsylvania and New Jersey. Some of the notable victories include:
- $30 million recovery for a 10-year-old girl paralyzed by a defectively designed lap belt (read about this case)
- $19.1 million verdict for a man who lost his leg as a result of a Philadelphia auto accident (read about this case)
- $13 million settlement for a man who suffered a brain injury as a result of a motor vehicle accident (read about this case)
- $9.75 million settlement for a young woman who suffered a brain injury in an automobile accident (read about this case)
- $7 million settlement for the family of a man killed as a result of a truck defect (read about this case)
- $5.25 million settlement for a man injured in an accident with a truck
Each year, about 2.4 million people are injured in automobile accidents on American roads, and, tragically, about 34,000 die of injuries sustained in those crashes, according to the U.S. Department of Transportation.
Many car accidents occur as a result of reckless or negligent driving. Nearly half of all serious injuries such as traumatic brain injury and spinal cord injury take place during motor vehicle accidents. If this has happened to you, contact the car and truck crash lawyers at Ross Feller Casey, today, for a free consultation.
However, negligent driving is not the only underlying cause of serious car accidents or truck crash lawsuits.
Manufacturing defects also can produce unsafe vehicles. SUVs and vans that are top heavy are subject to rollovers. Car roofs sometimes fail to withstand a rollover without crushing. Some air bags don’t operate effectively and open unexpectedly, fail to open, or deploy with too much force. Seat belts, such as lap belts, have been known to cause abdominal injuries and have resulted in severe injuries for children. Problems like this are the leading factor behind many truck accident lawsuits.
Ross Feller Casey’s truck accident attorneys are actively investigating potential lawsuits on behalf of motorists who have suffered serious injuries as a result of recalled General Motors, Ford and Audi vehicles, as well as defective Takata airbags.
The firm is also the leader in train accident litigation and is currently handling several high-profile cases, including one involving the May 2015 Amtrak 188 accident in Philadelphia. To learn more, go to Train Accident Lawsuits.
Are you wondering: How do I find an automobile injury lawyer near me?
Ross Feller Casey attorneys are noted experts in the intricacies of traffic laws, can determine where the liability rests in a auto accident lawsuit, and have teams of experts, such as physicians, accident reconstructionists and engineers, and road safety professionals to testify on behalf of our clients.
Years of experience in dealing with insurance companies also makes our car accident lawyers in Philadelphia skilled in discerning when a negotiated settlement will result in maximum compensation or when taking the case to trial is the only viable alternative.
Ross Feller Casey handles all personal injury cases, including car accident lawsuits in Philadelphia, on a contingency basis, so you will not pay anything unless there is a financial award.
If you need a car or truck accident lawyer, Philadelphia’s top personal injury attorneys are there to help.
To protect your rights, hiring a Philadelphia auto accident lawyer at the onset of an accident can prove invaluable.
Please contact the Philadelphia car accident lawyers at Ross Feller Casey for a free case evaluations to discuss whether you have a vehicle accident lawsuit.