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Fighting for accident victims in Philadelphia and surrounding areas

Our initial consultation is free, and we don’t get paid unless we obtain compensation for our clients.

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Philadelphia Injury Lawyer Anthony C. Gagliano, III

Anthony C. Gagliano, III has been helping injury victims in various personal injury matters including car accidents, workplace accidents (workers’ compensation claims), slip and fall accidents and dog bite incidents for the past 15 years. After spending 15 years with the same law firm, Anthony opened his own practice in Center City Philadelphia and continues to build it from the ground up. Advocacy for injury victims — with integrity — continues to be the sole focus of Anthony’s practice. Anthony has developed a reputation for treating everyone, whether client or opposing counsel, with the utmost dignity and respect. 

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Anthony C. Gagliano, III is a highly skilled personal injury lawyer in Philadelphia who dedicates his practice to fighting for the rights of injured victims in Pennsylvania and New Jersey. Anthony regularly achieves favorable verdicts and settlements for his clients. He has helped thousands of people in Philadelphia obtain financial compensation for injuries caused by negligence and misconduct. Anthony C. Gagliano, III specializes in the following areas of plaintiff personal injury law:

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If you have an injury case in Philadelphia or surrounding Pennsylvania suburbs (Delaware, Montgomery, Chester and Bucks Counties), contact our office for a FREE consultation: (267) 861-7100. OR, complete this form to get the process started.

Personal Injury FAQs

What is Personal Injury?

Personal injury refers to physical and emotional injuries caused by another party’s negligence. Negligence occurs when an individual or entity behaves carelessly and causes someone else harm. A personal injury lawsuit can be filed to hold negligent parties responsible. Some personal injury lawsuits also demand compensation for property damage arisen from the same incident that caused the harm.

How Can an Attorney Help With My Personal Injury Matter?

Dealing with insurance claims on top of personal injury lawsuits after an accident can be difficult. Managing the details of the legal process while trying to recover from your injuries may seem impossible. Mounting medical bills and time missed from work can add stress to an already difficult time. Anthony has extensive litigation experience in a variety of areas of law, which allows him to guide clients through the legal process and ensure it goes smoothly.

Anthony fights vigorously to obtain maximum compensation for his clients, including:

  • Medical bills
  • Ongoing care expenses
  • Lost wages
  • Diminished earning capacity
  • Costs of therapies and rehabilitation
  • At-home care and equipment costs
  • Pain and suffering
  • Punitive damages
  • Wrongful death

How Much is a Philadelphia Personal Injury Case Worth?

Determining the value of a claim requires a thorough case review with a knowledgeable attorney, qualified experts, and healthcare providers in order to establish liability and the extent of harm.

The amount of compensation and damages you may be awarded after being injured in an accident depends on the following:

  • Your age, occupation, and medical history.
  • Type of accident
  • Nature of injuries
  • Identities of liable individuals and entities
  • Available insurance coverage
  • Amount of property damage
  • Temporary or permanent disabilities
  • At-home care and equipment costs
  • Projected future costs
  • Impact on daily life and functioning

How Long Do I Have to File a Personal Injury Claim in Philadelphia?

Pennsylvania’s statute of limitations dictates how long someone has to take legal action and pursue compensation after suffering a personal injury. The statute of limitations is 2 years from the date of injury unless there are special circumstances triggering an exception.

  • Delayed onset of symptoms:
    When symptoms of an injury are not apparent until a time after the incident occurred, the statute of limitations can be stalled until the date the symptoms presented or when they should have been discovered.
  • Missing parties:
    Sometimes at-fault and liable parties cannot be located; in these cases, courts can grant an extension of time to file a claim until the parties are found.
  • Underaged plaintiff:
    If a parent fails to file a personal injury claim on behalf of their child after an accident, the statute of limitations starts when the child turns 18 years old.

Philadelphia Office

30 S. 17th Street
Suite 810
Philadelphia, PA 19103

P: 267-861-7100


King of Prussia Office

1170 E. Dekalb Pike
King of Prussia, PA 19406

P: 267-861-7100

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