The attorneys at Flickinger Sutterfield & Boulton can help clients pursue legal action for serious personal injuries sustained in accidents caused by negligence. With experience representing clients injured by a wide range of accidents, we can help you seek compensation for fractures, burns, head and brain injuries, spinal cord trauma, defective drugs or other products, dog bites, and more.
When visiting a business or public venue, a person has a right to expect reasonable measures to protect their wellbeing. If you or a loved one have been injured by unsafe conditions in a store, at a home, at a business, or in a public venue, we can help you pursue legal compensation. We have experience representing slip and fall accidents, carbon monoxide poisoning, dog bites, drowning, and parking area crimes.
If a lawyer, accountant, doctor, or other licensed professional has mistreated you or mismanaged your care, you can hold them legally responsible. At Flickinger Sutterfield & Boulton, we can bring a claim against a professional whose mismanagement has led to your or your family's physical, financial, or legal harm.
When an insurance company fails to provide sufficient or even any protection, customers can seriously impacted. Our attorneys can help you pursue damages from health, car, homeowners, life, and property insurance companies that have mismanaged your claim, denied it, or refused to settle a suit.
One of the most common causes of injury and death, car and other motor vehicle accidents can have a huge impact on the lives of those involved. Experienced in both the physical and financial damages associated with these types of accidents, our attorneys can help secure compensation from negligent parties and insurance companies. We can handle a wide range of cases, including car, truck, motorcycle, DUI (driving under the influence), pedestrian, bicycle, and hit-and run accidents.
Sexual abuse affects far too many victims and sufferers are often reluctant to pursue legal action. Our compassionate attorneys can stand by you during this difficult time. A recent revision to the statute of limitations allows victims to come forward as many as 35 years after their 18th birthday.