Northeastern PA Personal Injury and Criminal Lawyers
Sklarosky Law has been fighting for our clients in the Northeastern and Central Pennsylvania regions for over forty years. We take pride in honestly and effectively representing our clients in their time of uncertainty.
Whether you have been seriously injured or are facing criminal charges, we can help.
Our office strives to meet the unique needs that each of our clients has. Generally, we start the process by personally interviewing each of our clients, so that we can understand the circumstances that led them to seeking representation. Our office believes that client involvement is essential in reaching the optimal outcome.
Below are some common questions we are routinely asked about the cases that we handle.
How Long Can You Wait to File a Personal Injury Claim in Pennsylvania?
In Pennsylvania, there is generally a two-year statute of limitations applicable to any civil action in which an individual seeks to recover damages for personal injuries, or for the death of an individual, caused by the wrongful act or negligence of another person. 42 Pa.C.S. §5524.
How Much is a Personal Injury Lawsuit in Pennsylvania Worth?
The value of a personal injury lawsuit depends on a variety of factors, including the type and severity of the injury.
What Damages are Available in a Personal Injury Case?
The general damages available in a personal injury case include the following:
- Medical Expenses;
- Lost Wages; and
- Pain and Suffering
How Much Does Sklarosky Law Charge for a Personal Injury Case?
We handle these cases on a contingency fee basis. This means that we receive a percentage of any money that we are able to recover on your behalf.
How Long Do Personal Injury Cases Take?
The length of time it take to conclude a personal injury case depends on a variety of factors. As a general guide, they can take anywhere from a few months to a few years to conclude.
What Kind of Criminal Cases Does Sklarosky Law Handle?
We handle a wide variety of criminal cases, spanning from low level crimes all the way to White Collar crimes and homicides. Our office handles criminal cases in both state court and Federal Court.
How Much Does Sklarosky Law Charge for a Criminal Case?
We handle criminal cases on a flat fee basis that is determined at your initial appointment. This means that your fee for representation is paid ahead of time and does not vary based on the amount of time spent on the file or the work involved. These fees vary on a case to case basis and the nature of the criminal charges filed against the individual.
How Can I Pay Sklarosky Law's Charge for Representation in a Criminal Case?
Our office accepts cash and credit card payments, which can be made online through our website.
If you have any questions, contact our office today for a free consultation.