Hit By An Uninsured Motorist In Pennsylvania?

Getting into a car accident is bad enough. You have property damage to deal with and may have suffered injuries that lead to medical bills and time off from work. When the other driver is uninsured or underinsured, the experience can be particularly frustrating and confusing.

If you were involved in a car accident with an underinsured or uninsured motorist, you can start with us. We are the personal injury lawyers of Dorian, Goldstein, Wisniewski & Orchinik, P.C. For more than 40 years, car accident victims in Bucks County, Northeast Philadelphia and throughout Southeastern Pennsylvania, have been turning to our law firm for solutions.

We will investigate every available option for you, including your own auto insurance policy and other coverage available to you. Contact us to arrange a free consultation with one of our attorneys. We will discuss the circumstances of your case and the insurance options available to you for liability and property insurance claims.

Uninsured motorist accidents can happen anywhere, at anytime, including:

  • Drunk driving accidents
  • Hit-and-run accidents
  • Pedestrian and crosswalk accidents
  • Bicycle accidents

Free Consultation • No Attorneys Fees Unless We Recover Money For You

From our main offices in Bensalem, we are ready to help you resolve your uninsured motorist claim no matter where you live in Pennsylvania. We can help you recover the maximum money damages you may be entitled to.

Our Law Firm Has Consistently Earned The Highest Martindale-Hubbell AV* Peer Review Rating For Legal Ability And Ethical Standards.

It's easy to panic when you find out the negligent driver wasn't carrying insurance. Contact us right away to discuss your options. We stand ready to do everything possible to help you. Call 215-809-3882.

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