Located off Route 422 in King of Prussia, Pennsylvania, the Valley Forge Convention Center provides roomy, modern accommodations for all types of events and meetings. With more than 54,000 square feet to explore, the Convention Center promises “prime exhibition space” and ample room for business meetings, all located conveniently close to “exciting entertainment, activities, and nightlife.” But while the Convention Center may offer impressive accommodations, it can also expose guests to danger if the negligence of an employee, property manager, or third party creates a hazard.
If you or one of your family members was injured at the Valley Forge Convention Center, talk to the experienced King of Prussia personal injury lawyers at the Reiff Law Firm about your legal options. If your injuries were caused by the negligence of a Convention Center employee or other parties, you may be able to get compensated for medical bills, pain and suffering, property damage, lost earnings, and other damages. For a free legal consultation, contact the Reiff Law Firm online, or call today at (215) 246-9000. Our Valley Forge Convention Center injury lawyers are available 24/7 to help determine whether you have a claim.
Convention Center Injury Lawsuits the Reiff Law Firm Handles
At the Reiff Law Firm, we are convention center accident lawyers who represent injury victims and their family members. As award-winning attorneys with more than 34 years of litigation experience, we have handled a wide range of injury claims, in the process recovering hundreds of millions of dollars for our clients. Types of convention century injury claims that we are prepared to assist you with include, but are not limited to, the following:
- Amputation injuries, such as the loss of a finger, toe, or limb
- Back injuries, such as herniated or bulging disc injuries
- Broken bones, such as a fractured wrist, rib, or collarbone
- Cuts and bruises, especially if you needed stitches or sutures
- Facial injuries, such as an eye injury or broken nose
- Injuries that cause permanent disability or impairment
- Injuries that leave permanent scar tissue
- Joint injuries, such as injuries to the hips (pelvis), knees, wrists, ankles, elbows, or shoulders
- Scald and burn injuries
- Soft tissue injuries, which include strain and sprain injuries
- Spinal cord injuries (TBI) and associated paralysis
- Traumatic brain injuries (TBI), which include concussions and penetrating head injuries
If you suffered these or other types of injuries while visiting the Convention Center at Valley Forge in King of Prussia, make sure you discuss your legal options with a KOP injury attorney. Types of convention center lawsuits we handle include slip and fall accidents, assaults and attacks, fires, falls from heights, and other types of accidents.
What Do I Need to Prove to Get Compensated for a Personal Injury?
Convention centers can be fun places to visit, but they can also become incredibly dangerous. If an employee fails to perform their duties properly, the result can be a hidden hazard that endangers visitors – and with so much space to patrol and inspect, careless oversights can quickly create the conditions for serious accidents.
When a preventable accident occurs because a person or business is negligent, the victim may be entitled to compensation for their injuries. If you were not responsible for your injuries, you should not be responsible for your medical bills, either. However, you must prove that you were injured due to another party’s negligence, or carelessness, which is where an experienced attorney can help. Our legal team will work to compile evidence that shows how negligence at the Convention Center led to your injuries, such as medial records, surveillance footage, expert opinion, photographs, employee records, and eyewitness statements. Compensation, which is also called “damages,” may be recoverable for:
- Damage or destruction of your personal property and belongings, where applicable
- Expected future medical bills
- Expected reductions to your future earning capacity
- Lost income and earnings
- Pain and suffering
- Various medical expenses, such as hospitalization, surgery, medication, or physical therapy
How Long Do I Have to File My Accident Claim?
It is important to be aware that there is a time limit, known as the “statute of limitations,” which will prevent you from filing an injury claim in Pennsylvania once two years have passed from the date of your injury, unless a special exception applies. Due to the statute of limitations, along with the importance of preserving evidence, it is important to start preparing your case as soon as possible, ideally long before the statute of limitations begins to approach its cutoff.
Valley Forge Convention Center Injury Attorneys in King of Prussia, PA
At the Reiff Law Firm, we are committed to holding negligent companies and workers accountable when their actions injure innocent people. We are here to guide you and your loved ones through the process of filing a personal injury claim or lawsuit, dealing with insurance companies for you and protecting you from unfair settlement offers. To discuss a potential claim confidentially in a free legal consultation, contact our law offices online, or call the Reiff Law Firm 24 hours at (215) 246-9000 to speak with a Valley Forge Convention Center injury claim lawyer.