For skilled representation in civil litigation or personal injury cases, please contact the Law Offices of Baer Romain. We provide legal representation on a contingency fee basis for virtually all personal injury cases. You pay no legal fees unless we obtain a financial settlement for you.
A personal injury can happen anywhere — at work, on the highway, in a public space or on private property. It can be the result of a fall on a wet floor or uneven pavement, medical incompetence or being bitten by a vicious dog. Suffering such an injury can have devastating and long-lasting effects on you and your family. Baer Romain, LLP provides vigorous representation to our clients who have sustained injuries as a result of the negligence or intentional acts of another. From filing the initial insurance claim to negotiating a successful settlement (with or without the need for a court trial), our attorneys will be there to guide and represent you. If you or your loved one has suffered physical or psychological damage because of someone’s careless actions, we will help you get financial compensation for your medical bills, lost wages, and pain and suffering.
Personal injuries happen in many ways, but the causes often include:
If you think you have a personal injury case, but do not follow the proper steps and act within the statutes of limitations, you may hurt your case and your chances of compensation. It is crucial to get expert advice from a qualified attorney.
Baer Romain represents Pennsylvania clients in general civil litigation.
Civil Litigation involves nearly every kind of legal issue except commercial transactions or criminal law issues. It is usually a legal dispute between two or more parties that seek money damages, not criminal punishment.
The attorneys at Baer Romain will represent you when you are facing general civil litigation matters whether a suit needs to be filed or defended. We will represent you at trials, hearings, arbitrations and in mediations before administrative agencies, federal, state and local courts.
Such cases often include: