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Personal Injury Attorney Bucks County, Montgomery County and Northeast Philadelphia:

If you, your family or a loved one has experienced a personal injury accident in Bucks County or Montgomery County for which someone else is responsible, you may be entitled to receive fair compensation for your losses. The law offices of KATS, Jamison & Associates work with you on a contingency basis to achieve the results you deserve. This means we will never charge you a fee upfront, and only will collect payment if we settle a case on your behalf. Our firm will assist you in gaining the maximum fair settlement for injury compensation.

Personal injury accidents can happen anywhere, even when we least expect them. From a traumatic car accident on interstate-95 to a slip and fall accident at a shopping center in Feasterville, personal injuries can be serious and life threatening. At Kats, Jamison & Associates we understand how difficult life can be after suffering the physical, emotional and financial harm following a serious accident.

If you are injured due to another party’s negligence or carelessness, you may not be able to work and provide for your family. You may also be struggling to pay medical bills associated with your injury. You may deserve to seek the maximum financial compensation for your losses. As well as, to hold the responsible party liable by filing a personal injury claim with our firm.

At Kats, Jamison & Associates we handle a wide variety of personal injury lawsuits and can give you the knowledge you need to plan your future following a car accident. A Feasterville personal injury attorney can speak to you today. Our office is located at 1 Bustleton Pike, Feasterville, PA 19053. We can visit you at your home or in the hospital in Bucks County and Montgomery County. We can also send a car to pick you up.


You should not be harmed financially if you are injured by someone else’s negligence, whether it is because you can not work or incur medical bills. Moreover, you should be compensated for the suffering you have had to endure.

Our firm’s extensive experience pursuing personal injury cases will work to your advantage. We are well versed in all areas of the process, including investigating cases, negotiating with insurance companies, and taking cases to trial when necessary.

Bucks County Personal Injury Lawyer

If you have been injured due to another party’s negligence, you could be eligible to file a personal injury lawsuit. Victims of personal injury accidents can feel dramatic negative changes affecting their physical, emotional and financial wellbeing. Typically dealing with insurance companies can cause accident victims to feel helpless and in despair. We have dealt with insurance companies for over 30 years, so understand how difficult a time this is for you and your family. Our firm competent attorneys provide victims of personal injury the type of compassionate care and attention they need so they can focus on recovering from their injuries, instead of dealing with insurance companies.

If you, your family member or a loved one is suffering from an injury which was caused by another’s party’s negligence, then you could experience a variety of physical and financial damages including, but not limited to:

Broken Bones
Burn Injuries
Loss of Limbs
Loss of Mobility
Nerve Damage
Spinal Chord Injuries
Scarring and Disfigurement

Additionally, there are a variety of other short and long term financial issues to consider including unaffordable medical bills, lost wages and loss of potential future income. Recovering from serious injuries can often become a long and tedious process. However, an experienced, knowledgable Personal Injury Attorney can help you obtain a reasonable Personal Injury settlement based on the damages you incurred following your accident.

Car Accidents

For over 30 years, our firm has handled Personal Injury Lawsuits including, but not limited to: Car Accidents, Bicycle Accidents, Distracted Driving, DUI And DWI Accidents, Fatal Car Accident, School Bus Accidents, Truck Accidents, and many other accidents involving other motor vehicles. Our firm works diligently to ensure victims of personal injury accidents receive the fair compensation they deserve based on the details of their injuries and cost of their future care.

Animal Bites

Have you been bitten by a cat, dog or other animal in Bucks County, Montgomery County, or Northeast Philadelphia? If so please click here to learn more information about animal bite personal injury cases.

Defective/unsafe Products

We as consumers have the right to assume that products we purchase and use will not harm ourselves or our loved ones. However, sometimes safety standards and quality control are not fully intact at certain manufactures and this could cause serious injury, or even in some cases death. If a defective product has injured you, please consult with our experienced attorneys about filing a product liability claim.

Slip-and-Fall Accidents

Have you slipped and fell on public or private property due to another parties negligence or lack of maintenance? To learn more about slip and fall cases, please click here.

Filing Your Lawsuit Within the Statute of Limitations

It is very important to file your personal injury case within the statute of limitations. For almost all personal injury claims, Pennsylvania law has a 2-year statute of limitations. In most cases, you have two years from the date of your injury occurred to file a lawsuit.

Time is of the essence, if you do not file your claim within two years, you may lose your eligibility to seek compensation. This is why it’s important to discuss your case with an aggressive personal injury attorney in Feasterville as soon as possible.

Categories of Damages You May Be Eligible to Receive

If are hurt due to another party’s negligence, you may be able to recover both compensatory and punitive damages. These are the two types of compensatory damages, which compensate a plaintiff for his or her losses: economic and non-economic damages. Economic damages compensate for specific monetary losses (such as medical bills), while non-economic damages compensate for intangible losses, such as pain and suffering. We also calculate the future projected cost of medical care that you will need due to your injuries.

Punitive damages are used as a deterrent to punish the defendant based on behavior. While compensatory damages provide compensation for a victim, punitive damages are aimed at the penalizing the defendant. When a defendant’s negligence or wrongful act was especially appalling, a jury may award punitive damages to the plaintiff in order to punish the defendant.

Comparative Negligence Within Pennsylvania Law

If you are partially to blame for the injuries you sustained, there still is a possibility that you can seek a personal injury claim. However, your recovery value will be most likely reduced by the decision of the jury.

Pennsylvania law has what is known as a “modified comparative negligence” rule. This statute explains that as long as you are less than 50 percent to blame for the accident, you can still recover damages from the defendant. However, your recovery will be reduced by the percentage decided upon by a jury.

For instance, if your slip and fall injuries were more severe because you were running through a shopping center, a jury might decide that you were 20 percent to blame for your injuries. If the jury awarded $50,000 in damages, that award would be reduced by your liability percentage (20 percent of $50,000, which equals $10,000). In this case, you would receive $40,000.

To receive a free consultation, please call our offices to schedule an appointment for your personal injury case

Address: 1 Bustleton Pike, Feasterville-Trevose, PA 19053
Phone: (215) 396-9001

Frequently Asked Questions About Personal Injury Cases

What is a personal injury case?

If you are physically and/or emotionally injured because someone else was negligent, you may have a personal injury case. Being negligent means a person or organization is at fault at least in part for causing injury and or death. Our goal is to clearly define liability on behalf of our personal injury victims. Personal injury law can include many types of accidents such as: truck accidents, car accidents, motorcycle accidents, medical malpractice, pharmaceutical negligence, wrongful death, birth and neonatal injuries, and child abuse.

What is personal injury liability?

Liability is defined as the state of being responsible for something, especially by law. People, companies, and governments can be held responsible for negligence. If you are injured and believe someone is responsible for your injury – they may be liable for this injury, therefore responsible for any cost associated with your injury.

Will my personal injury case go to trial?

In many instances, we are able to reach a settlement without going to trial. Typically this is done through the process of mediation. If we cannot reach fair compensation, via mediation – we will go to trial.

What is mediation with regards to personal injury?

Mediation is a process where each side of a case agrees to use a neutral third party to try to resolve the claim without going to trial. It’s important to know how personal injury mediation works. Mediation can be voluntary between two parties, but most often mediation is mandatory before a judge will allow your case to go to trial. If your case is sent to mediation, then your attorney and the insurance defense attorney will try to agree on who to use as the mediator. The mediator is the neutral third party. Both parties agree on a date, time, location, and mediator.

How do you Know if the Mediator Conducting the Mediation is unbiased and fair?

A good mediator addresses the weaknesses of each side and suggests making compromises. Mediators explain to the plaintiff why they should lower their demand and encourage the defense to raise their offer. A fair mediator asks questions throughout the process to allow each side to re-evaluate their position. Essentially, the mediator will go back and forth between each party until a settlement is reached.

What Happens at the End of Personal Injury Mediation?

When a settlement is reached, the parties will sign a written agreement defining the terms of the settlement agreement. Then the attorneys will prepare the necessary paperwork to file with the court to pay the claim. Then, the plaintiff’s client signs a release agreeing that the case is over. If a settlement is not reached, then typically the case will go to trial.

Who will pay my medical bills?

Most victims of a personal injury worry about how they will pay their medical bills. There are different answers to this question depending on your case. Your auto or health insurance may cover your medical costs, or you may have to rely on other party’s insurance carrier. In any case, the best course of action is to speak with an attorney at Kats, Jamison & Associates to discuss your personal injury case. Our initial consultations are completely free.


To receive a free consultation, please call our offices to schedule an appointment for your personal injury case


Address: 1 Bustleton Pike, Feasterville-Trevose, PA 19053
Phone: (215) 396-9001

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