Firm founder Jeff Laffey is the proud son of a union carpenter in the Philadelphia area. Since graduating from law school, Mr. Laffey has focused his legal practice on representing workers injured in work related accidents in the Philadelphia. He’s passionate about advocating for injured workers. Learn more about Philadelphia work accident lawyer, Jeff Laffey.
“I am a painter, and on 3-20-13 I was painting a door on a job sight when a 100 lb ladder that was not secured properly fell and struck me in the head, removing a large part of my scalp and giving me a serious concussion along with other problems that I still suffer from today. It has also cost me my job. I asked Laffey Bucci, Kent to represent me in a lawsuit to recover some of my losses from the company responsible for the ladder, but no one wanted to accept responsibility. Mr. Laffey assured me though it may take time, he would find the truth. Meanwhile, he sent someone to a doctor’s appointment with me and kept me informed of the progress in my case. In the end, he recovered enough for my family and I to be comfortable until I got back on my feet.” -James Rogers
Related Pennsylvania work accident news/blog posts:
- Philadelphia Work Accidents & Injuries – Evidence of Injuries in Civil Lawsuits (February 19, 2015) Preparing and presenting evidence of injuries in a work accident lawsuit in Philadelphia requires skill. Learn about some of the strategies involved.
- Philadelphia Work Accident Injury Law: Time Deadlines to Sue for Work Injuries (December 19, 2014) Injured workers in Philadelphia often make the mistake of waiting too long to speak to a work injury lawyer about their cases. Oftentimes, the statute of limitations has expired and it’s too late. That’s why it’s crucial to get legal help soon after a work accident occurs.
- Evaluating Pain & Suffering in Work Accident Injury Cases in Philadelphia (December 3, 2014) Jury verdicts in Philadelphia injury cases like work injury cases have been higher in recent years. Learn about what goes into calculating a financial compensation award for pain and suffering in a work accident case.
Page last reviewed and updated: June 20, 2017