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Knee Injury

Whether it is a strain, dislocation, bursitis, or tear of the meniscus, any type of injury to a person’s knee can have very significant immediate and long-term effects on his or her life. These injuries can ultimately result in enormous medical bills and victims could be unable to work again. Some of the most common ways that people sustain injuries to their knees include, but are not limited to:

  • Auto Accidents
  • Construction Accidents
  • Motorcycle Accidents
  • Slip and Fall
  • Workplace Injuries

When a person suffers a tear of the anterior cruciate ligament (ACL), posterior cruciate ligament (PCL), medial collateral ligament (MCL), or lateral collateral ligament (LCL) in his or her knee, it dramatically affects his or her ability to stand, walk, or work. Additionally, these victims of such injuries may experience dramatic pain throughout the day in attempting to complete the most basic of tasks.

In cases in which an injury to somebody’s knee is the result of another party’s negligence, such as unsafe workplaces or premises liability claims, then the party at fault could be liable to the victim for the harm he or she sustained. However, most negligent parties will have insurance companies that employ teams of attorneys to challenge the validity of such personal injury claims.

In many cases, insurance adjusters will attempt to get victims to make recorded statements that indicate the injuries are not particularly severe. They will then classify the harm to knees as supposed soft tissue injuries that are not particularly serious. These insurance companies might offer settlements that do very little to help victims—or they could offer nothing at all.

If you suffered a strain, sprain, tear, or any other kind of injury to your knee in an accident caused by another party’s negligence, contact the West Chester knee injury attorneys at Ciccarelli Law Offices right away. We work as a team to help accident victims obtain all of the compensation they are entitled to, and the contingency fee basis on which we provide legal representation means that you do not have to worry about paying us one cent unless you receive a financial award.

You can have our firm provide a complete evaluation of your case during a free consultation as soon as you call (610) 719-3190. We serve numerous communities in Chester County, Lancaster County, Montgomery County, Delaware County, and Philadelphia County.