Have you suffered an injury due to the actions of another person? If you are dealing with pain and other problems related to a personal injury, turn to Murphy and Dengler for guidance. At our law firm in Norristown, Pennsylvania, we provide services for clients throughout the region. Schedule a consultation with us today to discuss the details of your case.
What is personal injury law? This area of law allows you to collect money for physical or psychological damage caused by another person. Whether the injury happened because the other person was not paying attention or due to an instance of medical malpractice, you could stand to receive damages.
Sometimes you are able to collect money because the other person behaved negligently. Other times, the defendant person intentionally harmed you. A third type of personal injury claim is based upon "strict liability." This makes the other person or entity liable to you simply because he engaged in a certain conduct. Strict liability law allows you to recover damages whether he/she or it was negligent or not.
It is our belief that you, our client, should have the best legal representation. To help ensure this, we prepare your case to aggressively make your claim. If you are not represented by a law firm that tries cases, your case will not likely receive its full value.
When you hire our team for your situation, we treat every case as if it is going to trial. We perform a proper investigation and develop a strategy from the very beginning. This formula has enabled us to make a proper demand for you once we gather all of your medical records, the facts surrounding your injury, and understand the limitations you may have for the rest of your life.
At Murphy and Dengler, if we agree to take your personal injury case, we charge no fees and no expenses unless and until we win your claim. We will work on your case and advance all the expenses necessary to prosecute your claim. We are reimbursed and paid only from the recovery we obtain for you. This is called a "contingency fee." If for some reason there is no gross recovery, no attorney's fee are billed.
We are able to take cases on a "contingency basis" because we only take a select number of cases that we believe have a good chance of success. In other words, if we take your case, this means that we have the confidence and courage to put our time and money at risk for you and to become your advocate in the pursuit of justice.