Wilkes-Barre Automobile Accident Attorney

Our Car Accident Injury Services in Wilkes-Barre

Our Wilkes-Barre automobile accident attorneys are here to navigate your claim with compassion and expertise.

Why Choose US?

Car accidents can change your life in the blink of an eye. Recovery is stressful enough – you shouldn’t have the added hardship of navigating the legal process.

When you work with a Wilkes-Barre accident attorney from Pike Law, you can rest assured we will manage every aspect of your case, leaving no detail uncovered. You can expect:

No Out-of-Pocket Costs

We’ll fight for every last dollar you’re owed - no exceptions.

Responsive Communication

Our team will respond to all questions and concerns in 24-48 hours or less.

Comprehensive Planning

We work on a contingency fee agreement. You pay nothing to hire us.

Time is of the essence.

What’s the Next Step?

  1. Call us at 570-255-7800or visit our Wilkes-Barre location.
  2. Schedule a consultation with our automobile accident lawyers.
  3. Start the journey to earn fair compensation.

Frequently Asked Questions

In Pennsylvania, there is a two-year statute of limitations to file a personal injury claim from the date of the car accident. We strongly advise you to file the claim as soon as possible. Delaying will only hurt your case.
Yes, Pennsylvania is a no-fault state for car accidents. This means your own insurance company will cover your medical expenses and lost wages up to a certain limit, regardless of who was at fault. If your injuries are severe or if your medical expenses exceed the limits of your no-fault coverage, you may have the right to file a claim against the at-fault driver.

If the insurance company doesn’t want to settle, you have a few options.

First, hire a car accident injury attorney to negotiate with the insurance company to try and reach a fair settlement. If negotiations fail, you may need to file a lawsuit. While rare, this involves taking your case to court to determine the outcome.

Yes, you can sue for pain and suffering in the state of Pennsylvania. Pain and suffering refers to the physical and emotional distress caused by a car accident accident. These injuries typically need to meet certain severity thresholds or you must have opted for full tort coverage in your auto insurance policy. Since pain and suffering is not a tangible cost, you will need to meet with an attorney to understand the best way to pursue compensation for pain and suffering.

Get in touch with a Wilkes Barre auto accident attorney at Pike Law by calling 570-714-2398, sending an email to attorney@att.net, or visiting our location at 400 Third Avenue, Suite 205

Kingston, PA 18704

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