Auto Accident Case in Philadelphia – Review by a Satisfied Client
“The ordeal of being injured was highly stressful. The staff and Mr. Lafferty allowed me to concentrate on healing and they took away the stress of dealing with the day to day case issues.” Cynthia Piatt
Review Published: February 23, 2018
Brian Lafferty – Car Accident Lawyer
Brian Lafferty is an experienced and dedicated injury lawyer who prides himself on being available to his clients. He provides down to earth representation and treats his clients respectfully, always making sure to return calls.
Brian has over a decade of legal experience handling a variety of auto injury cases in the greater Philadelphia area. His practice includes truck accidents, pedestrian accidents and bike accidents. He routinely handles cases in Montgomery, Delaware and Bucks County. In addition, Brian is licensed in New Jersey.
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“My experience with your firm was 100% pleasant and professional. Mr. Lafferty fielded all my calls in a professional manner in an appropriate time line. If ever in a need of representation for myself, friends or family I’ve got the RIGHT FIRM!” Chris Edwards (Feb. 13, 2018)
From the Philadelphia Auto Injury Law Library:
- Philadelphia Intersection & Left Turn Car Accidents – A Look at Pennsylvania Vehicle Code Laws [Left hand turn accidents at intersections in Philadelphia often result in major injuries. However, these cases can be difficult to prove from a liability standpoint. Learn about relevant vehicle operation laws that come into play in left hand turn intersection accidents.]
- Car Accidents on the Highway in Philadelphia – Legal Info When Serious Injuries or Deaths Occur [Get legal info about highway accident law in PA. Injured parties can recover for medical bills, lost wages and more. Family members of deceased victims can file wrongful death, survival actions.]
- Takata Air Bag Recalled Due to Risk of Explosion, 37 Million Cars Affected [In one of the largest recalls in recent U.S. history, the Takata air bag recall affects a whopping 37 million cars, including Honda, Toyota, Nissan, Ford, etc. The risk of injury is great because the air bag can explode. Get the latest info from the National Highway Traffic Safety Commission.]