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Pottsville Pedestrian-Vehicle Accident Lawyers

Every day, innocent people using the crosswalk, riding bicycles or walking on the sidewalk are severely injured after being struck by motor vehicles. All too often, these pedestrian-vehicle collisions are caused by negligent drivers who were speeding, impaired by alcohol or distracted by cellphone use. If you or someone you love suffered injury or wrongful death after being hit by a vehicle, you need to take immediate action to protect your rights. Waiting too long can mean that vital evidence is lost and important witnesses have disappeared.

Contact Lieberman, Tamulonis & Hobbs to discuss your injuries and options with a skilled Pottsville pedestrian-vehicle accident attorney. We have successfully represented injured clients in Schuylkill County and throughout Pennsylvania's Coal Region for more than 40 years.

Skilled Assistance For Your Claim

When a car collides with a pedestrian, the individual's body suffers the direct impact of the vehicle, often resulting in life-changing injuries to the pedestrian - even if the car was traveling relatively slowly. At LTH Law, our lawyers help injured pedestrians pursue financial compensation for their medical expenses, lost income, rehabilitation, and pain and suffering, while guiding them through the legal process in a reassuring and supportive environment.

Our firm's vast experience and success handling motor vehicle accident claims has given us valuable insight and a sophisticated knowledge of the rules, laws and regulations governing pedestrian-vehicle collisions. We will conduct a thorough investigation into the circumstances of your accident and fight to get you the justice and compensation you deserve.

Contact Our Schuylkill County Pedestrian Injury Attorneys

Call LTH Law at 800-473-8125 or 570-391-0641 to schedule a consultation for personal injury, workers compensation and social security disability cases. Personal injury cases are taken on a contingency fee basis, meaning you pay no attorney fees unless we win your case. If you are unable to come to our office, we can meet with you at your home, in the hospital or at a nursing home.