Personal Injury

If you have been injured and are unsure of whether your injury was caused by negligence or the fault of another party, you should consult a lawyer specializing in these matters quickly.  The laws in Pennsylvania and New Jersey require that you make your claim within a specified period of time, so it is important that you engage an experienced lawyer in your case immediately. 

When you are injured, you can be sure that the insurance companies for the offending party are going to try to settle your case for as little compensation as possible.  Remember that they do not have your interests in mind. We will make sure that you have a knowledgeable and forceful advocate on your side to get you the compensation you deserve. 

What sets our personal injury practice apart is a 100 percent devotion to you, the injured client.  The Law Office of Michael H. Fienman maintains evening hours and schedules weekend appointments if necessary. Our a solid commitment to counseling you and defending your interests when you are injured is why clients refer friends and family to us. Think of the Law Office of Michael H. Fienman as your guide to the legal system.

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