Langhorne Personal Injury Lawyers serving Bucks County
Representing clients in Levittown, Morrisville, Bristol, Bensalem, Yardley, Fairless Hills, Tullytown, Langhorne, Croydon & surrounding areas Paul Weber is a leader in his profession and available to represent you. With a concentration in personal injury law, Attorney Paul Weber is one of the premier injury & accident lawyers in Bucks County, Pennsylvania. Paul Weber and his team of lawyers have a proven record of outstanding settlements and awards for people injured and killed in accidents. If you or someone you love has suffered injuries related to an auto, truck, motorcycle accident, car crash injury, or you feel you were treated negligently with an injury, please call our experienced premises liability and auto accident lawyers today. Each client gets Paul Weber's individual attention. Each case is handled aggressively, intelligently, and professionally. Langhorne personal injury attorney Paul Weber has represented thousands of injury victims and has won tens of millions of dollars in settlements and awards for his clients. Bucks County Personal Injury Settlements A great settlement or award is our goal. Our team works closely together to get you everything you need and deserve as your case proceeds. Every lawyer, paralegal, investigator, secretary, and firm administrator will show you respect, answer your questions, and focus on your concerns. An aggressive and responsive approach is our method. Paul Weber and his team have the proven record, resources, and commitment needed by the seriously injured and their families. The Bucks County injury lawyers represent people injured in: -Automobile accidents -Slip and fall cases -Construction site injuries -Dog bite injuries -Work site accidents -SUV rollover injuries -Airplane accidents -Asbestos claims -Spinal cord injuries -Wrongful death -Accidental death -Drunk driver accidents -Defective and dangerous product claims -Malpractice cases -Nursing home negligence -Truck accidents -Bus accidents -Train accidents -Taxi accidents -Uninsured motorist claims -Underinsured motorist claims -Motorcycle accidents -SEPTA claims -Bicycle accidents -Pedestrian accidents -Catastrophic injury claims -Birth defect cases -Paul Weber has represented clients in courts in -Pennsylvania -New Jersey -New York -Ohio -Illinois -Indiana -West Virginia -Kentucky -Connecticut -Massachusetts -Maine -Rhode Island -New Hampshire -Vermont -Maryland -Delaware Our lawyers use a whole team of professional investigators, accident reconstruction specialists, referral and outside counsel to best prepare, prove, and win your case. Please contact our experienced Bucks County personal injury attorneys today at 888-894-1699 for a free consultation, or fill out our online contact form for more information.
One Oxford Valley, Ste. 155
Langhorne PA 19047
Bucks County Injury Attorneys Representing clients in Langhorne, Morrisville, Levittown, Bensalem, Yardley, Fairless Hills, Tullytown, Croydon & surrounding areas
What is Personal Injury? Personal injury is an area of tort law that deals with the negligence of one or more parties resulting in the injury or illness of a plaintiff who then files a claim to recover damages. To further clarify the business of personal injury lawsuits, as practiced by Paul R. Weber, Bucks County injury attorney, we broke it down and defined the elements that join together to form a personal injury lawsuit. Element #1A person is injured A personal injury lawsuit begins with an injury, illness, or death. A person (or a group of people, as in the case of a major incident in which an entire family was injured or in the case of a class-action lawsuit) has suffered an injury that results in, at the least, physical harm. As well, the injury often results in emotional, psychological, and financial trauma or loss, exacerbating the suffering. In a personal injury lawsuit, this individual or group of individuals is called the plaintiff. Element #2The injured party was a victim An injury may become a personal injury legal matter if someone else was involved in the cause of the injury such that, if that other person or entity had not acted (or failed to act) in the way that they did, the personal injury would not have occurred. In other words, the injured party is a victim of these actions or inactions by another party. Element #3Negligence occurred To have a personal injury legal case, your attorney must do more than prove that the actions or inactions of another led to your injury and suffering. Those actions must also be considered negligent behavior. Negligence is the failure to take reasonable care to avoid causing injury or loss to another person. If the actions of the person or entity causing the injury can be deemed negligence, then you have a legitimate personal injury case that a qualified injury lawyer in Bucks County would likely litigate on your behalf. Bucks County Injury Attorneys If you are still unclear if your injuries from a Bucks County incident or accident qualify for representation in a personal injury lawsuit, you should speak to an injury attorney in Bucks County to be sure. Bucks County injury lawyer Paul Weber has represented thousands of Bucks County injury victims and has won millions of dollars in settlements and awards for his Pennsylvania clients. When you suffer a personal injury in Bucks County, seek the counsel of experienced injury attorneys. To inquire about legal help with your Pennsylvania injuries, contact the law firm of Paul R. Weber or call 888-894-1699 for a free consultation. Located in Langhorne, the firm serves clients throughout Bucks County including in Levittown, Morrisville, Bensalem and surrounding areas.
-Serious injury and death cases
-Worker's compensation claims
-Nursing home negligence
-Spinal cord injuries
-Drunk driving cases
-Underinsured motorist cases
-Birth defect cases
-All negligence cases
-Uninsured motorist cases
-1978, U.S. District Court, Eastern District of Pennsylvania
-1984, U.S. Court of Appeals, Third Circuit
Law School: Cleveland-Marshall College of Law, Cleveland State University, J.D., 1977
College: Pennsylvania State University, B.A. 1973
-Philadelphia; PA and American Bar Associations
-Philadelphia Trial Lawyers Association
-Pennsylvania Association for Justice
Born: Berkeley, California
Paul Weber has represented clients in courts of Pennsylvania, New Jersey, New York, Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, New Hampshire, Vermont, Ohio, Illinois, Indiana, West Virginia, Kentucky, Maryland, Delaware, and Virginia.
Cleveland State University
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