When a pregnant woman is involved in an auto accident, falls, or is otherwise injured, she is not the only one who may be at risk of harm. The physical and emotional trauma of the accident can cause the loss of the unborn baby. Miscarriage after an accident may occur almost immediately after the event, or it may occur days or even weeks later.
A miscarriage is a devastating loss to experience. It can leave lasting emotional scars that never truly heal. The knowledge that it was caused by a preventable accident can leave a family seeking answers and accountability. At Marciano & MacAvoy, P.C., we represent women across Pennsylvania who have miscarried as a result of a serious accident or injury. We know you are going through an extremely difficult time of your life, and we want to support and guide you. We can work to hold the at-fault party accountable and can pursue financial compensation for your injuries and loss.
To find out more, call a Philadelphia personal injury lawyer at (215) 608-2183. Your consultation is free and private.
Seeking Accountability After an Accident-Related Miscarriage
When a miscarriage occurs after an accident, the insurance company is likely to try to disprove that the two are related, particularly if the miscarriage occurred at a later time. Our Philadelphia injury attorneys are here to set things straight. We know the law and we know how to find and prove the link between the accident and your loss. We work with medical experts who can show how the incident led to the miscarriage. We will not rest until justice is served.
Our team takes on cases involving:
- Car, truck, and motorcycle accidents
- Pedestrian and bicycle accidents
- Slip and fall accidents
- Falls from heights
- Work-related injuries
- Accidents caused by defective or dangerous products
Holding individuals, corporations, and even government entities accountable for their carelessness and wrongdoing, Marciano & MacAvoy, P.C. fights day in and day out for families like yours.
Call (215) 608-2183 to see how we can help you.