Automobile/ Motor Vehicle

At Fine and Staud, LLC, we have represented victims of auto, bus, truck, trolley, motorcycle and El accidents since 1958, and we understand how important it is to our clients that their claims be handled competently and professionally. We understand auto insurance and can explain to our clients the difference between full tort and limited tort, and why it is important to have uninsured and underinsured motorist benefits on their auto insurance policy. We represent clients who have suffered injuries ranging from death and catastrophic losses to those with less severe losses. We treat the claims of all clients equally. We will aggressively pursue clients' claims against the responsible insurance company and we won't hesitate to go to court if a claim cannot be settled to a clients' satisfaction.

We also understand that some vehicle accidents are caused by other reasons, including manufacturing defects (such as defective brakes or air bags that inflate when they are not supposed to); defective highway design; or by drunk drivers. At Fine and Staud, LLC, our attorneys know how to handle these cases so that the responsible parties are held accountable for their actions. Whether that means suing the manufacturer of a vehicle, the government agency who designed the road improperly, or the bar that served alcohol to a visibly intoxicated person, the attorneys at Fine and Staud, LLC have been handling these types of cases for over 50 years.

As always, at Fine and Staud, LLC, Clients Pay No Fees and No Costs Unless a Recovery is Made.

Payment of medical bills after someone has been injured in an automobile accident can be quite complicated. In Pennsylvania, if you are injured in a car accident, either as a driver or passenger, as a pedestrian or on a bike, if you own a car with insurance or live in a household with a family member who owns a car with insurance, then your own car insurance or the car insurance of your family member living with you, must pay up to $5,000.00 in medical bills (unless there are higher medical benefits available on the policy) even though you were not at fault for causing the accident. This is commonly known as the "no fault rule" in Pennsylvania. It is important to note that payment of medical bills under a person's car insurance policy does not affect that person's premiums as long as that person was not at fault in causing the accident. People often don't understand why their own insurance company (or if they don't have car insurance why the insurance company of a family member living with them) has to pay for their medical bills if they did not cause the accident. Suffice it to say, that Pennsylvania requires this and a person injured in an auto accident doesn't get to choose who pays medical bills following a car accident.

When you need an attorney to represent you in an auto, car, bus, truck or trolley accident claim, contact the Philadelphia personal injury lawyers of Fine and Staud, LLC at 215-665-0100.

About Our Firm

Louis S. Fine founded the firm in 1958, and dedicated himself to providing outstanding personal and compassionate legal services to victims of personal injuries and accidents. Since the firm was established, the attorneys of Fine and Staud, LLC have successfully represented thousands of clients in Philadelphia, Delaware,