Newton Square Car Accident Lawyers
Located in the Southeastern portion of Pennsylvania, Newton Square is a township in Delaware County. Newton Square, one of the state’s oldest townships, boasts five sites on the National Register of Historic Places.
An agriculturally rich township, the Newton Square community is dedicated to maintaining and preserving its natural environmental legacy passed down for generations, with many treasured open spaces and resources attracting many visitors.
With nearly 70 miles of public roads and thousands of tourists yearly, Newton Square is no stranger to car accidents. Eckell Sparks has served Newton Square residents for almost 60 years.
What Should I Do if I Have Been Injured in a Car Accident in Newton Square?
Following a car accident, you should do the following:
- Report the accident and any injuries to the police.
- Take photos of the scene, damages, and injuries.
- Ask witnesses for contact information and statements.
- Obtain a medical evaluation within 48 hours, if not immediately following the accident.
- Keep all records and correspondence related to the accident and injuries.
- Consult a Newton Square car accident lawyer as soon as possible.
How Can a Newton Square Car Accident Lawyer Help Me?
After an accident, you should focus on recovering and reclaiming your life. At Eckell Sparks, our experienced Newton Square car accident lawyers can work tirelessly on your behalf. A car accident lawyer can do the following:
- Investigate the accident.
- Review accident reports.
- Locate and interview witnesses.
- File all necessary and required documents.
- Negotiate with insurance companies and opposing counsel.
- Hire industry experts.
- Represent you in court if necessary.
- Maintain momentum and efficiency to keep the case moving forward.
Eckell Sparks provides clients with unique state-of-the-art services through our LEGUS membership, allowing us to work with clients who require work outside of Pennsylvania.
How Much Is My Car Accident Claim Worth?
Personal injury claims have no set value in Pennsylvania. Generally, personal injury claims include economic damages, such as medical bills, and non-economic damages, such as pain and suffering. A claim’s value depends on several factors, including, but not limited to:
- The type and severity of your injuries.
- Current and future ongoing medical care.
- The at-fault driver.
- Current and future medical expenses.
- Current lost wages and future earning capacity.
- Partial or permanent disability.
- Any other losses or relevant factors.
How Long Do I File a Car Accident Claim in Pennsylvania?
The statute of limitations to file a personal injury claim in Pennsylvania is two years from the date of the accident or death.
Frequently Asked Questions
- Do you win most of your cases?
Eckell Sparks has an extensive history of winning cases and securing millions of dollars in settlements for our clients.
- Do you serve other communities?
In addition to Newton Square, we serve clients in Media, West Chester, Delaware County, Chester County, and Montgomery County.
Newton Square Car Accident Lawyers at Eckell Sparks Represent Clients Injured by Negligent Drivers
If you have suffered an injury in a car accident caused by someone else’s negligence, our Newton Square car accident lawyers at Eckell, Sparks, Levy, Auerbach, Monte, Sloane, Matthews & Auslander, P.C. can help you seek the compensation you deserve. Call us at 610-565-3701 or contact us online to schedule an initial consultation. Located in Media and West Chester, Pennsylvania, we serve clients in Delaware County, Chester County, and Montgomery County.