Are you a member of the LGBTQ community and have suffered an injury due to the reckless actions of another in Pennsylvania? Perhaps you were hurt in a car, truck or motorcycle accident, or injured on the job or were the victim of medical malpractice. No matter how you were injured you have rights and may be entitled to benefits as well as financial compensation for various damages, economic and financial losses. As members of certain groups of people feel more comfortable dealing with attorneys who they share something in common with our team of Pennsylvania accident lawyers acknowledge that. So they are fully capable of accommodating those needs. Please contact our Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania LGBTQ attorneys for a free case review. Our PA gay friendly lawyers charge no fees if they are unable to recover for you and your family.
With an office in Pittsburgh our Pennsylvania LGBTQ injury attorneys serve all of Pennsylvania including Pittsburgh, Altoona, Erie, Philadelphia, State College, Penn State University, University of Pittsburgh, Allentown, Harrisburg, Lancaster, Norristown, Washington, Beaver, Butler, Chambersburg, Shippensburg, Warren, Crawford, Scranton, Wilkes-Barre & Meadville, PA.
Case Types Our Gay Friendly Pennsylvania Attorneys Handle
Our Western Pennsylvania lawyers handle all types of personal injury claims and civil rights lawsuits. Do not hesitate to contact our legal team if you need any of the following:
LGBTQ attorneys serving Pennsylvania
When facing an injury due to someone else’s negligence it is important to remember that you have rights and may be eligible for various benefits, medical care and monetary compensation. Let our Altoona, Pennsylvania LGBTQ attorneys review your claim as a courtesy. They charge no fees if they do not recover on your behalf.
Pennsylvania Gay & LGBTQ Statistics
Studies show that the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania has an LGBTQ population of approximately 5%. With a total population as of 2019 of 12.8 million people that equates to a gay and LGBTQ community of around 64,000. While Philadelphia is home to many of them the city of Pittsburgh has a gay, bi, transgender, queer or lesbian population of 3%. Pittsburgh is a very progressive and gay friendly city. In fact, for the past three years in a row, Pittsburgh received perfect scores on the Human Rights Campaign Municipal Equality Index annual assessment of LGBTQ-friendly laws,” and notes that about 3% of Pittsburgh’s population “and growing” identify as LGBTQ per the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette.
Contact Our Pennsylvania LGBTQ Attorneys
To discuss your case, and receive a free, and in-depth, case analysis please contact our Pittsburgh LGBTQ attorneys right away. All accident, injury, LGBTQ rights, medical malpractice and workers’ comp claims are handled on a contingency fee basis. This means no charges are due if they cannot obtain benefits and compensation for you.
Handling accident, injury, malpractice, LGBTQ discrimination and gay rights cases in all of PA: Allentown, Altoona, Bethel Park, Erie, Philadelphia, Pittsburgh & State College.