pennsylvania walmart accident lawyers

Have you suffered an injury at one of the many WalMarts throughout the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania? Perhaps you were hurt by a shopping cart in a Walmart or Sam’s Club parking lot? Did negligence on the part of Walmart pharmacies lead to addiction and dependency on opioids? Did the accident result in injuries causing you to miss time at work? Did they result in huge medical bills? Are you suffering chronic physical pain or emotional discomfort? Did the injury aggravate a pre-existing injury? If so, you may be entitled to benefits, medical care and financial compensation under Pennsylvania personal injury law. The Commonwealth of PA only allows for a 2 year window to file a premises liability lawsuit but you should not wait 2 days to contact our attorneys much less wait 2 years. Please do not wait to contact our Pennsylvania WalMart accident lawyers today for a free initial consultation.

Our Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Walmart accident lawyers charge no fee unless they recover for you and your family. They proudly serve those hurt at WalMart, Sam’s Club stores and those who have been victims of the opioid epidemic due to Walmart’s pharmacies and their unscrupulous business practices in all of Pennsylvania including Altoona, Pittsburgh, Harrisburg, Philadelphia, Reading, Lancaster, Allentown and Erie.

Walmart Injury Lawsuits

There are a plethora of ways you can be injured at a PA Walmart, Walmart pharmacy or Sam’s Club. You are at risk of injury the second you pull into a Walmart parking lot. Car accidents in Walmart lots are common and can end in serious injury. These can be due to not paying attention to where you are going, a driver playing on their phone while driving and people hastily pulling out of a parking spot.

Potholes seem to pepper most Walmart parking lots and stepping in one, or having your shopping cart fall into one, can jar your body and cause you to fall, twist an ankle, break your shoulder, hip, wrist and other parts of your body.

Being run into with a Walmart shopping cart can break bones, cause you to suffer a fall, make you slip a disc as well as end in a head injury such as a concussion.

Walmart Employment Law & Discrimination Attorneys

Across the United States Walmart stores have been named in countless employment law, discrimination and sexual harassment lawsuits. This is in violation of both state laws and federal equal employment opportunity statutes.

These cases can arise due to sexual orientation, religious and gender discrimination. Victims are commonly females, homosexuals, members of the LGBTQ community, African Americans, Iranian (or Persians) and Hispanic employees. Our Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania discrimination attorneys will not stand for this and will get you the compensation, and fair treatment, you deserve.

Walmart Workers’ Compensation Attorneys

Employees who are injured while working at Walmart are also entitled to benefits and monetary compensation. Please call or email our Pittsburgh workers’ comp attorneys for a free case review. They serve injured PA workers throughout the entire state and will put their knowledge of Pennsylvania workers’ compensation law to work for you.

In addition to protecting injured workers’ who are American citizens our Pennsylvania work injury attorneys also help those who work for Walmart but are undocumented. You have the same rights as a documented citizen if you have been hurt on the job in Pennsylvania.

Our Erie, Pennsylvania Walmart accident lawyers handle all of these cases against Walmart and others. Please contact them right away to discuss how they can help you obtain benefits and compensation for lost wages, pain and suffering, medical care, surgeries and physical rehabilitation.

No matter what state you were injured in our team of Pittsburgh, PA Wal-Mart injury attorneys can help as they serve all 50 states, Puerto Rico and Washington D.C. including: Alabama, Alaska, Arkansas, California, Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Hawaii, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, North Carolina, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Vermont, Virginia, Washington, Washington D.C., West Virginia, Wyoming and Wisconsin.