Real Trial Lawyer. Real Trial Results

       When you've been injured due to the negligence of another, you need help. Insurance companies have teams of attorneys to ensure their high profits. Insurance companies are in the business of making money and they make money through confusion, delay tactics and ultimately, by not you paying full value on your claims. You need an attorney to fight for you. If you've been injured, your job is to heal.  While you focus on your recovery, attorney Crichton:

  • Investigates your incident

  • Preserves your claim

  • Researches the individual or corporation that harmed you

  • Notifies the proper authorities

  • Negotiates with insurance adjusters

  • Prepares your case for pre-suit settlement or litigation

  • Interviews and depose key witnesses

  • Retains safety and vocational experts to testify against the defendants

  • Coordinates with your treating physicians and possibly other medical experts

What Compensation is there for my Personal Injury Case?

You could receive compensation for both economic and non-economic losses.

Non-Economic Loss includes:

  • Pain and Suffering

  • Loss of Life's Pleasures

  • Emotional Stress and PTSD

  • Cognitive disfunction injury

Economic loss includes:

  • Loss Wages

  • Inability to work

  • Medical/Hospital bills

  • Property Damage

How much does a Personal Injury Case cost?

All injury matters are executed on a contingency fee agreement. This means that we don't get paid until we win compensation for you.  All the costs of investigation and litigation are contingent on recovery.  So if we don't win you money, you owe us nothing.  If you're interested in a free consultation about your injury case, feel free to call Troy R. Crichton, Esq. today.

Philadelphia Personal Injury Lawyer Results

  • $800,000.00 (Verdict) Luzerne Slip & Fall

    • Client fell outside a day care in Luzerne County while picking up her grandson due to negligent snow removal. The fall resulted in a broken ankle and permanent back pain which resulted in an L3-L4 fusion. This verdict was featured on Law.Com.

  • $325,000.00 (Settlement) Schuylkill Car accident

    • Client was injured in an motor vehicle accident when a car suddenly turned left in front of him. During the accident, he hit his head on the window and reported feeling dazed. He eventually developed a concussion and occipital headaches which included vertigo, light sensitivity and debilitating pain. The settlement represented the exhaustion of all policy limits.

  • $150,000.00 (Settlement) Philadelphia Broken Sidewalk Fall

    • Client was a minor who was injured while walking down a North Philadelphia side walk. His foot became caught in the uneven pavement and twisted his ankle resulting in the need for surgery. He underwent the surgery and thankfully only missed one season of his beloved baseball. The settlement will help ensure that he attends college.

  • Confidential (Settlement) Philadelphia Civil Rights Violations

    • Client was accused of a crime due to a being protected class. Confidential settlement with a large retailer for compensation for battery, embarrassment, and libel.

  • $100,000.00 (Settlement) Philadelphia Pedestrian Car Accident

    • Client was struck while crossing the street in Philadelphia at approximately 2:30 a.m. from which she sustained serious injury. The vehicle did not stop and fled the scene. Due to the superb investigation of the Philadelphia Accident Investigation Unit along with Attorney Crichton, the culprit was caught and brought to justice. This settlement represented the exhaustion of all policy limits.

  • $75,000.00 (Settlement) Philadelphia Car Accident

    • Client was in a car accident when another vehicle ran a stop sign and collided with her vehicle. After the accident, client sustained a concussion with vestibular and light sensitivity issues. The settlement represented the exhaustion of all policy limits.

“"Because when you've been injured, your job is to get better. I'll handle the rest.

“"Because when you've been injured, your job is to get better. I'll handle the rest.