If you have been injured in a car accident , slip and fall accident , or construction accident , you know that an unpredictable injury not only affects the accident victim, but also the injured person's family. Depending on your injury, your daily activities and time normally spent with family may be interrupted by medical appointments, necessary rest, or rehabilitation activities. If your Pennsylvania injury or New Jersey accident has kept you from your job, time away from work only adds to the potential financial strain placed upon your family by medical bills and other expenses. You may be more focused on recovering from injuries than you are recovering financial compensation for the accident that caused them. If so, stay focused on healing-you should not be distracted from the recovery process by working out all the details of payment for medical costs on your own. As New Jersey, Jenkintown, and Philadelphia personal injury attorneys , Brad Cooper and Jeff Schaffer are dedicated to obtaining maximum financial compensation for families -not just individuals-so those families can dedicate their time to the injured getting better. In addition to representing families in personal injury cases, Cooper & Schaffer represent families in cases of medical malpractice or nursing home negligence.
Resources for Pennsylvania & New Jersey Residents Affected by Auto or Truck Accidents, Slip & Fall Accidents, Construction Accidents, or Medical Malpractice
Do you even need a lawyer? You may not need an attorney. If you or a family member has suffered any of the following injuries or medical challenges, Cooper & Schaffer will provide you with free resources and information to help you determine if you want to proceed on your own or obtain an attorney's assistance:
If any of the above injuries, illnesses, or medical circumstances describe your current situation, or if you have sustained any type of New Jersey or Pennsylvania personal injury or have questions based on a friend or family member's accident, contact Brad Cooper and Jeff Schaffer. Setting them apart from others in the legal profession, Cooper & Schaffer have over 50 years of combined experience representing the injured. They each have received an "AV" rating, the highest Martindale-Hubbell rating for professional ability and commitment to ethical standards, from their peers for five years in a row. To speak to Brad or Jeff personally about your unique situation, contact Cooper & Schaffer in the way you feel most comfortable: via the firm's confidential contact form or at any of the following numbers:
Philadelphia office: 215-545-7777
New Jersey office (Cherry Hill, NJ): 856-427-6955
Montgomery County office (Jenkintown, PA): 215-887-6850
Toll Free: 888-545-4755
No matter what form of contact you choose, Cooper & Schaffer will answer your questions for free with compassion, professionalism, and individual attention to your specific concerns. When Mr. Cooper and Mr. Schaffer represent your family once, they commit themselves to providing services to your family or friends whenever the need arises.
Locations and Practice Areas
Cooper & Schaffer handle auto accident cases throughout Pennsylvania and New Jersey, including the following areas: Philadelphia, Jenkintown, Cherry Hill, Delaware County, Montgomery County, Bucks County, Chester County, Berks County, Gloucester County, Burlington County, Camden County, Atlantic City, Jersey Shore, Philadelphia County, Mercer County, Atlantic County, West Chester, Paoli, Media, Norristown, King of Prussia, Doylestown, Abington, Moorestown, Cherry Hill, Trenton, Mt. Holly, Woodbury, Cape May, Allentown, Reading, Wayne and Lancaster County.
Cooper & Schaffer focus on the following practice areas:
Whether you've been injured in a Pennsylvania or New Jersey bus accident, truck accident, car accident, motorcycle accident, bicycle accident or pedestrian accident, your New Jersey or Philadelphia injuries are not to be taken lightly. If you have suffered a herniated disc, broken bone, brain injury, an amputation, or any kind of injury, feel free to contact Cooper & Schaffer with your most important questions about accident cases. We will answer your questions for free at no obligation to you.
A person is eligible for unemployment compensation benefits if the unemployment is due to voluntarily leaving work as a result of a necessitous and compelling nature. An offer of employment is good cause for quitting a job. The mere possibility of other work is not good cause for quitting. A defined offer is one that specifies the conditions of employment, such as wages, hours, duties and rate of pay. Additionally, an employer's change in the duties required of the employee is grounds for leaving a job. However, the employee must show that they have attempted to work this issue out with the employer. Contact Cooper & Schaffer for free advice and helpful resources regarding your unique situation.