A Full-Service Philadelphia Personal Injury Law Firm Representing Victims In Pennsylvania And Delaware
Our Philadelphia personal injury lawyers provide knowledgeable and experienced legal representation for victims who have been injured by the negligence of another. After a free initial consultation, Our Best Personal Injury Lawyer in Philadelphia will complete a thorough investigation into your accident and the extent of your injuries to determine the value of your personal injury claim. We make every effort to negotiate with the parties responsible for your injuries and settle your claim for a just amount. If a settlement cannot be reached, however, Personal Injury Lawyers in Philadelphia are experienced trial litigators, fully prepared to pursue your personal injury lawsuit in court.
We have obtained significant recoveries for our clients through both settlements and verdicts across all areas of our practice. Our Philadelphia Personal Injury Attorney will vigorously pursue your case and take all possible steps to bring your claim to a favorable conclusion. Contact the Philadelphia personal injury law firm at Edelstein Martin & Nelson Personal Injury Lawyers Philadelphia to answer all of your questions. Call (215) 731-9900 (toll free: 800-300-0909) or
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Philadelphia Personal Injury Lawyers Representing Individuals Injured In Motor Vehicle Accidents in Pennsylvania and Delaware
Individuals involved in motor vehicle accidents in Pennsylvania or Delaware may suffer serious bodily injury and property damage to their automobile. Motor vehicle crashes can often result in catastrophic injuries or fatalities. Motorists, passengers and innocent bystanders may be entitled to receive compensation for injuries resulting from automobile accidents caused by any of the following:
Drunk driving / Driving under the influence of drugs
Head on, rear end or side impact collisions
Driving while texting / using a cell phone
Parking lot accidents
Hit and run accidents
Bad road conditions
Negligent driving, including speeding
The experienced Motorcycle Accident Lawyer Philadelphia at Edelstein Martin & Nelson, LLP have obtained successful verdicts and settlements in motor vehicle lawsuits in both Pennsylvania and Delaware involving:
Philadelphia Personal Injury Lawyers at Edelstein Martin & Nelson, LLP: Dedicated to Helping Motor Vehicle Accident Victims in Pennsylvania and Delaware
If you or a loved one has been involved in a motor vehicle accident and suffered personal injuries, the experienced Motorcycle Accident Lawyer Philadelphia at Edelstein Martin & Nelson, LLP will work tirelessly on your behalf to ensure that you receive the maximum compensation for your bodily injuries and reimbursement for damage to your vehicle. Our team of professionals will guide you through all steps of the litigation process, from investigating your potential claims to representing you in court. Our Motorcycle Accident Lawyer Philadelphia represent individuals throughout Pennsylvania and Delaware. Call Edelstein Martin & Nelson, LLP today at (215) 731-9900 or submit an online inquiry to set up your free consultation with a qualified Philadelphia personal injury lawyer.
Leonard B. Edelstein is the founding partner of Edelstein Martin & Nelson. He graduated Pennsylvania Military College now known as WidenerUniversity as a Distinguished Military Graduate and received a military commission in The US Army as a Second Lieutenant. He attended Temple University Law School. After graduating, he served in the Armed Forces during the Vietnam War as a Captain earning the Bronze Star. After his service he was admitted to practice in Pennsylvania and began his private practice and for some time represented the interests of Insurance Companies. Thereafter and for the past 35 years he has handled plaintiffs' personal injury matters including Wrongful Death Matters, Medical Negligence Matters, Product Liability Matters and a variety of related matters.
Mr. Edelstein has served over the years as a Neutral Arbitrator a Common Pleas Arbitrator and as a US District Court Mediator and Arbitrator. He is a Fellow of the Academy of Advocacy, a past longtime member of the American Association for Justice and a current member of both the Pennsylvania Association for Justice and Philadelphia Association for Justice
Philadelphia personal injury lawyer, Lawren Nelson, graduated from Villanova University in 1992 with a Bachelor of Arts degree. He went on to earn his Juris Doctorate at the Widener University School of Law in 1996. During law school, he participated in the university's Intensive Trial Advocacy Program (ITAP), which is an intensive course taught by highly experienced trial attorneys, judges, and law professors.
Mr. Nelson was admitted to the Pennsylvania Bar in 1996 and joined the Philadelphia personal injury law firm of Edelstein Martin & Nelson, LLP that same year. He became a partner with the firm in 2003. Since graduation, Mr. Nelson has employed aggressive trial preparation techniques to assure his clients of the highest recovery for their injuries.
Mr. Nelson is a member of the American Association For Justice, Philadelphia Association For Justice and the Pennsylvania Association For Justice. He has appeared on radio programs as a commentator on tort reform and abuses of the insurance industry.
Philadelphia personal injury lawyer, Keith Martin, graduated from Drew University in 1980 with a Bachelor of Arts degree. He graduated from Delaware Law School in 1983 and has been practicing law ever since.
Mr. Martin's practice places an emphasis on Personal Injury claims involving Motor Vehicles, Premises Liability and Product Liability. He Has obtained "million dollar" recoveries in claims involving defective machinery used in factory settings. Mr. Martin also specializes in handling private and group (ERISA) disability policy claims, as well as bad faith claims involving Disability insurance, Homeowners insurance and Uninsured and Underinsured Motorist insurance.
Philadelphia personal injury Attorney Martin is a pro tem judge for the Philadelphia Court of Common Pleas. He is the past fund-raising director and a past board member of the Philadelphia Association for Justice. He was instrumental in raising funds to help defeat the insurance industry's attempts to pass laws to limit product liability lawsuits. He is also a member of the Pennsylvania Bar Association and the American Association for Justice.
In addition, Mr. Martin has worked hard to uphold the rights of those who have been injured by harmful products by lobbying at the state capital against product liability reform.
Keith Martin currently resides in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
Delaware personal injury lawyer, Peter K. Janczyk, is the firm's Delaware counsel. He focuses on representing clients in various areas of law including medical malpractice, products liability, automobile and slip and fall accidents, as well as contract disputes. He is licensed in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and Delaware, where he is also a certified mediator.
Mr. Janczyk received his J.D. from Widener University School of Law in Wilmington, Delaware. At Widener, Mr. Janczyk was a member of The Moot Court Honor Society where he participated in numerous advocacy competitions and mock trials. While enrolled at Widener, Mr. Janczyk spent time in Krakow, Poland, studying International Trade Law and European Union Law. Born in Poland, Peter is fluent in Polish and also assists the Polish community in various legal matters. Delaware personal injury lawyer Mr. Janczyk also frequently relies on his working knowledge of the Polish language when dealing with clients.
He was admitted to the Delaware Bar in 2007 and both the Pennsylvania Bar and the New Jersey Bar in 2005. His Bar memberships include United States District Court, District of Pennsylvania and the United States District Court, District of New Jersey.
Peter resides in Media, Pennsylvania with his wife, Colleen, son, Jack, and daughter, Maya.
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