Bogan Law Group provides legal representation to those who have been injured, physically or psychologically, as a result of the negligence or wrongdoing of another person, company, government agency, or other entity. Proving fault is critical to the successful outcome of every case. It requires detailed investigation of facts and evidence, investigative reports, and contributory factors. Early investigation is important to building a case on a solid foundation. Damages include bodily injury, intentional infliction of emotional distress (IIED), and negligent infliction of emotional distress (NIED). The attorneys at Bogan Law Group will work to obtain our clients the monetary compensation through a settlement or a judgment that they deserve.

Bogan Law Group - Personal Injury Lawyer

Slip & Falls Accidents:

If you are injured in an accident caused by the dangerous condition on the property of another such as the steps and pavement of a private home or an apartment complex, you may be able to file a premises liability claim against the owner, property manager, or tenant who was supposed to maintain the premises where the injury occurred. A dangerous condition on someone else’s property may also include a building that is not secured from criminal activity. Injuries that result from dangerous conditions in places such as amusement parks or playgrounds may also result in claims against the owner. In addition to the building owner, the property manager, or tenant a claim may be brought against architects if a dangerous or unsafe condition was caused by a negligent design, builder, or contractor.

Premises liability includes unsafe stairwells, elevators, escalators, floors, sidewalks, and parking lots, which can cause serious personal injury.

Premises liability matters involve claims against property owners, managers, contractors, government entities, and builders for either creating a hazardous condition or for failing to fix a hazard before an accident occurs. They may also be responsible for injuries caused by the failure to perform the construction in a professional manner or failure to comply with applicable building codes.

Motor Vehicle Accidents:

If you are in a serious accident, you should get the advice of an automobile accident lawyer with experience in personal injury and car accidents. For auto accidents in Philadelphia and Pennsylvania, you have only two years to file your case in court or your claim is barred. Prompt investigation and the preservation of evidence are the best actions to protect your legal rights.

Workers’ Compensation:

Injured workers throughout Pennsylvania receive both Workers’ Compensation and Social Security Disability benefits. Bogan Law Group is experienced in representing injured workers when their Workers’ Compensation or Social Security Disability benefits are threatened or denied.

There Are A Number Of Petitions That We Can File On Your Behalf:

  • Loss of Wages Petition - Requests compensation payments for missed work time, or inability to continue to perform at work due to partial or total disability.
  • Scar Petition - Requests compensation payments for one or more scars to the head, face, or neck.
  • Specific Loss Petition - Requests compensation payments for loss of a limb or other body part, or loss of use of a body part.
  • Reinstatement Petition - If your claim is in suspended status (you do not receive wage loss benefits but you are receiving medical benefits for your injury), one of our experienced workers’ compensation attorneys can help you a file a reinstatement petition to allow you to begin receiving wage loss benefits again.
  • Lump Sum Settlement - You may receive an offer from the insurance carrier to settle your case for a lump sum of money. Get the legal opinion of one of our experienced workers’ compensation attorney before accepting such an offer. Many insurance companies will attempt to offer only a fraction of the compensation deserved.

At Bogan Law Group, our attorneys will be able to obtain for you compensation in the form of a number of benefits, including, but not limited to:

  • Lost wages/missed work
  • Medical expenses reasonable to treat the injury or illness
  • Benefits to cover a specific loss, such as a limb or the ability to use it
  • Payment for severe disfigurement or scars
  • Coverage for participation in certain physical or vocational rehabilitation programs
  • Death benefits, such as payment of burial expenses (where applicable)