Practice areas

Are you looking for legal representation? You’ve come to the right place! At OnlyWhenYouWin, we are true trial lawyers who assist injured people and their families in getting financial compensation from the person or persons responsible for their injury. Our expertise in personal injury, wrongful death, and medical malpractice law gives our clients peace of mind as we navigate the litigation process with them. You will find a brief description of our many practice areas below. Please follow the links to learn more about the different areas of law, and which may apply most to your case.

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    Medical Malpractice

    Medical Malpractice cases arise when a patient is injured or killed as a result of the careless or intentional acts of a doctor, nurse, or other healthcare provider.  Medical malpractice cases include failure to diagnose, failure to treat, birth injuries, surgical errors, pharmacy medication errors, misdiagnosis, misread tests or radiology, and medical device failure.

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    Personal Injury

    Have you been in a car, bicycle, or motorcycle accident?  Were you injured at work?  Have you suffered a slip and fall accident?  Has someone assaulted you or inflicted you with emotional distress?  If you have had to pay medical bills or take time off of work because someone has injured you, you may have a valid claim for a personal injury lawsuit.

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    Wrongful Death

    Have you lost someone you love because of the negligent or malicious actions of others? If so, we are so sorry for your loss and can help you seek damages for the loss of their wages and company.

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    Limited Tort

    The term “Limited Tort” refers to a type of automobile insurance in the state of Pennsylvania.  Pennsylvania state law mandates that drivers choose between two types of auto insurance:  Limited Tort and Full Tort.  Full Tort auto insurance allows the insured party and his/her family to sue the responsible party in an automobile accident without restriction.

Finally, an Affordable Lawyer!

OnlyWhenYouWin is a uniquely affordable law firm, no matter what your personal finances look like. That’s because until you win money from your judgment or settlement, our fee is $0. You will never pay court filing fees, expert fees, or billable hours with us. We get paid only when you do.

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Recent Awards & Recoveries

  • $2,600,000

    Product Liability Suit
  • $1,625,000

    Medical Malpractice / Product Liability / Negligence
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    Dear Erik Vogel,

    Let me take this opportunity to thank you for your help in this sensitive matter.

    R.M.

    - R.M.

    R.M. (2015)

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    We really appreciate the work you did to help us with this matter.

    Best Regards,
    Client

    - Client Recommendation

    Client (2015)

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    Mr. Vogel,

    Thank you again for making this process so seamless for our family. Your professionalism has been amazing.

    M.C.

    - M.C.

    M.C. (2015)

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    Hello Erik,

    Thank you for the work you’ve done to help us straighten out [this matter]. We truly appreciate the results achieved and the pending payouts.

    Sincerely,

    G.N.

    - G.N.

    G.N. (2014)

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    Dear Erik,

    On behalf of my family, I want to thank you for your support and hard work during a very difficult time in our life.

    Sincerely,
    J.S. & Family

    - J.S. & Family

    J.S. & Family (2008)

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  • 04August

    Does a Personal Injury Lawsuit Require Proof Beyond a Reasonable Doubt?

    In the media and in movies, the legal concept of “proof beyond a reasonable doubt” is thrown around so freely that the general population often gets confused with the standard of proof required for civil cases (i.e. Lawsuits.) In fact, you may be surprised to learn that the legal concept of “proof beyond a reasonable...

  • 24July

    What’s Involved in a Medical Malpractice Case

    Medical malpractice claims arise when a healthcare provider commits medical negligence by act or omission, and this negligence causes the patient injury or death. In medical malpractices cases, which includes, among other areas, birth injury, misdiagnosis, failure to diagnose, and medical errors, the process generally involves the following issues and steps: Filing suit before the...