Real Help When You Need It Most

Since 1971, our firm has been using our skills as litigators and negotiators to help people secure the best possible results to the challenges they are facing. Let us put those skills to work for you.

What Is A Hit-And-Run Accident?

Hit-and-run accidents happen when one party fails to stop after a collision and leaves the scene without exchanging the required driver information. Hit-and-run crashes can involve moving vehicles hitting each other, a moving vehicle hitting a parked car or a moving vehicle hitting a pedestrian.

If you have been involved in a hit-and-run accident, you may fear that because you can’t locate the other driver, you have no way to seek compensation for your losses. Fortunately, you may still have avenues for recovery, even if you cannot identify the party responsible for your injuries. If you have auto insurance, your uninsured/underinsured policy will likely apply in a hit-and-run collision.

A History Of Positive Results For Injured Clients

Your insurance company has an interest in paying you as little as possible or even denying your claim. It is important to work with a skilled personal injury lawyer who can protect your rights. At Lieberman & Tamulonis, we can serve as your advocates when dealing with your insurance company, fighting to get you the compensation you need to pay for:

  • Accident-related medical expenses
  • Lost income
  • Pain and suffering

With more than 100 years of combined experience handling complex personal injury claims in Schuylkill County and throughout Pennsylvania’s Coal Region, we understand how to deal with insurance companies that have their own financial interests in mind. Since 1971, our lawyers have obtained large verdicts and settlements on behalf of our injured clients. We will use our knowledge and experience to your benefit.

Contact Our Lawyers For Uninsured Motorist Claims

Call us at 800-473-8125, or send us an email to schedule a free consultation. We will discuss your rights and options.

Cases are taken on a contingency fee basis, meaning you pay no attorney fees unless we win your case. If you cannot come to our office, we can meet with you at your home, at the hospital or in a nursing home.