Have you, or a loved one, been the victim of an injury at one of the many IKEA stores throughout the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania? Were you injured on the job at a Pennsylvania IKEA store? Did the accident result in injuries causing you to miss time at work? Did they result in huge medical bills? Are you suffering chronic physical pain or emotional discomfort? Did the injury aggravate a pre-existing injury? Did the accident result in the death of a loved one? Was the accident caused by gross negligence and or a defective or recalled IKEA product? If so, you may be entitled to numerous benefits, medical care and types of financial compensation under Pennsylvania personal injury laws, PA wrongful death laws and or Pennsylvania workers’ compensation laws. You need the skill and expertise of our Pennsylvania IKEA injury lawyers.
You can click here to contact our Harrisburg, Pennsylvania IKEA injury lawyers today for a free initial consultation. Our Philadelphia IKEA accident lawyers charge no fee unless they recover for you and your family. They proudly serve those hurt at IKEA stores in all of Pennsylvania including Altoona, Pittsburgh, State College, York, Wilkes-Barre, Scranton, Norristowm, Media, West Chester, Upper Darby, Kennett Square, Harrisburg, Philadelphia, Reading, Lancaster, Allentown & Erie.
The state of Pennsylvania allows for a 2 year window from date of injury, work injury or death to file a personal injury lawsuits. These are also referred to as premises liability claims and slip and fall lawsuits. Legally, this 2 year term is called the statute of limitations and applies to almost all Pennsylvania accident, injury, workers’ compensation and wrongful death claims. You should not wait even 24 hours to report your IKEA injury to IKEA or your supervisor if you work at IKEA.
Once reported you should immediately go to see your primary care physician, emergency room or urgent care clinic.
Assuming you are within the 24 month window our Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania slip and fall lawyers will thoroughly review your claim and establish all liable parties no matter if there is 1 or 101! Once retained, which does not cost you a dime, they will fight to get you the max amount of benefits, medical care and financial compensation. These can be lost wage benefits, disability compensation, medical, surgery and therapy care. Also, pain and suffering compensation may be a possibility. Per PA workers’ comp laws work injury claims do not allow for pain and suffering compensation UNLESS FAULT LIES ON A THIRD PARTY. Our Philadelphia slip and fall lawyers will determine if there is a 3rd party claim as part of the initial consultation.
Please click here to contact our Erie, Pennsylvania IKEA injury attorneys. They offer free case exams and handle all injury and workers’ comp cases on a contingency fee basis. This means they charge nothing if they are unable to secure benefits and financial compensation for you. These can come either in the form of a settlement negotiated on your behalf or a jury verdict if your case goes to trial.
Helping injury and workers comp victims in all of Pennsylvania including Philadelphia County, Allegheny County, Erie County, Montgomery County, Delaware County, Chester County, Dauphin County, Penn State, University of Pittsburgh, Temple University, Villanova University, Shippensburg University, Kutztown University & St. Joe’s.