Anthony Caiazzo is an experienced attorney with over 25 years’ experience fighting for his clients’ rights on estate matters, personal injury, and real estate disputes. Mr. Caiazzo has won several million-dollar settlements and verdicts for his clients, and he knows what it takes to win. With South Philadelphia personal injury lawyer Anthony Caiazzo working on your case, you can have peace of mind knowing your best interests will be well represented.
Personal Injury Attorney
Claiming damages for a personal injury is a stressful and time-consuming process. Defense attorneys and insurance companies will make it extremely difficult to collect any money for your injuries, regardless of whether your claim has merit. Your personal injury attorney knows how to work through such obstacles and will help you negotiate a favorable deal.
Some common areas where a Philadelphia personal injury attorney can help you include:
- Car accidents
- Slips and falls
- Medical malpractice
- Product liability
- Dog bites
- Intentional torts, such as assault and battery
Mr. Caiazzo will review your case’s facts and determine its strengths and weaknesses. He can also help you estimate which damages you are eligible to collect, such as:
- Medical Costs. Medical costs can include the costs of medication and the costs of your hospital stay.
- Physical Therapy. The road to recovery following an accident can be a long and expensive process.
- Pain and Suffering. In some cases, you may be entitled to the pain and suffering that are a direct result of the injury.
- Lost Wages. If your injury impacts your ability to work, you may be entitled to the loss of your wages and earning capacity.
Estate and Probate Attorney
Estate and probate law can cover a wide gamut of scenarios — from setting up an estate plan that meets your needs, to engaging in litigation at a probate court. An attorney can help you along every step of the estate and probate process.
An estate plan can consist of a will, living trust, power of attorney, and advance health care directive. These documents are critical to ensuring that your wishes are carried out and met during periods of incapacity and after your death. Estate planning tools are very personal; you will want to work with an attorney who will ensure that your needs and goals are represented.
After your death, the distribution of your assets may go through the probate process. This process serves to make sure that all possible beneficiaries are aware of your death and that they have time to stake a claim. A probate court will oversee the process so that the distribution of assets is fair and follows your will, trust, or the rules of intestacy.
Should any issues arise in the probate process, this may lead to litigation. Common forms of litigation can involve will contests and claims by creditors.
Contact a South Philadelphia Personal Injury Attorney
Working through legal matters can be difficult, but you can do so with an experienced attorney on your side. Discuss the specifics of your case with attorney Anthony Caiazzo by calling (215) 465 – 5575. You don’t have to fight your case alone.
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