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Pittsburgh Personal Injury Lawyers Answer Frequently Asked Questions

1-What should I bring to my initial meeting with the attorney?

A-you should bring any and all documents which you feel may be even remotely relevant. At a minimum, you should bring your insurance cards and information, any photographs, police report if you have a copy, any medical records or billing statements, any correspondence received from anyone and copies of any documents received or obtained from any governmental agency, such as the Coroner’s Office.

2-What costs or expenses will I incur in my initial meeting?

A-Absolutely none. Consultations are free. All matters are handled on a contingent fee basis or a % of any monetary sum which may ultimately be recovered.

3-What should I do if I am involved in an automobile accident?

A-You should obtain any insurance information from the other party involved in the accident. You should make sure to report the accident to your insurance company. You should accept any medical treatment offered to you at the scene, including transport via ambulance to the hospital. You should follow the advice of any medical providers and you should follow up as soon as possible with your primary care physician.


Contact The Moyles Law Firm online or call 412-281-1055 or 717-233-5400 to schedule a free consultation with an experienced Pittsburgh and Harrisburg, Pennsylvania personal injury lawyer.

James R. Moyles

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