Were You Hit While Walking Or Running?
Most pedestrian accidents result in catastrophic injuries or even the wrongful death of the victim. There are few things more tragic than seeing someone you love seriously hurt or killed, especially when it is a child or other family member.
Talk with an experienced lawyer who can help you obtain full and fair compensation if you or someone you love has been hurt or killed in a pedestrian accident. At DiLoreto, Cosentino & Bolinger, we have more than 40 years of auto accident experience. Our attorneys serve clients in Chambersburg, Franklin County and throughout central Pennsylvania. We are committed to serving your legal needs throughout your case.
When you work with our law firm, we will take the time to listen to your situation and your concerns, explain your rights and options, and fight aggressively to help you get the best compensation award available in your case.
We represent clients who suffered injuries and clients whose children have suffered catastrophic injuries or wrongful death. We take cases involving brain and spinal cord injuries, paralysis, lost limbs, neck and back injuries, scarring, burn injuries and other significant injury claims.
Do not engage in negotiations with your insurance company or try to handle your case alone. In far too many cases, an insurance company makes an offer that seem generous at the time but does not come close to covering the full extent of medical bills and other costs that accident victims face. Our lawyers have experience working with insurance companies to make sure you get an acceptable offer that will cover your full costs. If an adequate settlement offer is not forthcoming, we know how to take your claim to litigation and fight to get you the compensation you need.
Call Us To Find Out How We Can Help
Do not hesitate. Get our team of attorneys involved as soon as possible. Call us at 866-967-7235, or email us today. We offer free consultations, and we take cases on contingency, so there will be no cost to you until we win your case.