Putting Your Life Back Together After A Catastrophic Injury
If your serious injury or that of a loved one in Chambersburg, Franklin County or central Pennsylvania involved severe injury to the brain and spinal cord, causing paralysis, the skilled personal injury lawyers who protect your family’s right to pursue maximum financial compensation are at DiLoreto, Cosentino & Bolinger.
Since 1982, our premier personal injury and wrongful death law firm has aggressively advocated for the justice you deserve — freedom from lost income, medical bills, expensive ongoing therapy associated with catastrophic injury, motor vehicle replacement and damages that reflect your pain and suffering.
We use our large law firm knowledge and small law firm personal service to give you the best chance possible for positive results. Our representation includes in-depth investigation of your accident, skillful negotiations with insurers for the negligent party who caused it and aggressive litigation in court, if necessary.
Your initial consultation is free of charge and can be conducted at your home or hospital room. Our quality legal services come to you on a contingency fee basis — you owe no attorney fees unless we win your case.
Pennsylvania Attorneys With Large Law Firm Knowledge Providing Small Law Firm Service Since 1982
DiLoreto, Cosentino & Bolinger safeguards the interests of clients who suffer paralysis, amputation, disfigurement, brain and spinal cord injury, permanent disability and any other catastrophic injury. Representing clients in Harrisburg, in Chambersburg and throughout Central Pennsylvania, we are here to fight for you and help you obtain full and fair compensation for the injuries and losses you have sustained.
Contact Us To Start Moving Forward Again
To arrange your free initial consultation with an experienced lawyer, call 866-967-7235 or email our offices. We offer free initial consultations and we take injury claims on contingency. This means you will not be asked to pay anything until we are successful in your case.