18 Carlisle Street, Suite 204
Gettysburg PA 17325
Gettysburg Personal Injury And Workers’ Compensation Attorneys
Freeburn & Hamilton has served the residents of Adams County in their personal injury, wrongful death and workers’ compensation claims for many years. Freeburn & Hamilton has local offices in the Times Square Building at 18 Carlisle Street, Suite 204, Gettysburg, Pennsylvania 17325, and WE MAKE HOUSECALLS.
FOR A FREE CONSULTATION CALL FREEBURN &HAMILTON TODAY AT (800) 303-8005
Freeburn & Hamilton has an experienced team of attorneys and legal staff professionals who will protect your rights and get you the money you deserve. Among the cases we handle are:
- Wrongful Death
- Injuries to the brain, neck, back, spine, shoulder, elbow, wrist, hand, hip, pelvic region, leg, knee, ankle, and feet
- Scars and disfigurements
- Roadway accidents involving cars, tractor-trailers and other trucks, school and commercial buses, and motorcycles
- Bicycle accidents
- Pedestrian accidents
- All types of workers’ compensation claims
- Dog bites
- Slip-and-fall accidents
- Hunting accidents
- All-Terrain Vehicle accidents
….and many, many more.
CALL US NOW AT (800) 303-8005. WE WON’T CHARGE A FEE UNLESS WE RECOVER MONEY FOR YOU.
Adams County was established on Jan. 22, 1800 from part of York County and was named in honor of the second President of the United States, John Adams. Adams County has 522 square miles and is home to 101,407 residents.
Gettysburg is the county seat of Adams County. Gettysburg is known for the Battle of Gettysburg, which was fought from July 1 to July 3 of 1863 during the Civil War. A total of 172,000 American soldiers clashed in the Battle of Gettysburg, in what would prove to be a turning point of the Civil War. More men fought and died during the Battle of Gettysburg than in any other battle before or since on North American soil. On Nov. 19, 1963 President Abraham Lincoln delivered the historical Gettysburg Address during the dedication of the Soldiers’ National Cemetery in Gettysburg, four and one half months after the Union armies defeated those of the Confederacy.
Adjacent to the famous battlefield is Gettysburg College. Gettysburg College is a four-year liberal arts college which has about 2,600 students.
Adams County has 34 municipalities. The county consists of 13 boroughs including Abbottstown, Arendtsville, Bendersville, Biglerville, Bonneauville, Carroll Valley, East Berlin, Fairfield, Gettysburg, Littlestown, McSherrystown, New Oxford, and York Springs. There are 21 townships including Berwick, Butler, Conewago, Cumberland, Franklin, Freedom, Germany, Hamilton, Hamiltonban, Highland, Huntington, Latimore, Liberty, Menallen, Mount Joy, Mount Pleasant, Oxford, Reading, Straban, Tyrone, and Union.
Major roadways running through Adams County are U.S. Route 15 and U.S. Route 30, which is also known as the Lincoln Highway.
The Adams County Courthouse is located at 111 Baltimore Street, Gettysburg, Pennsylvania 17325. Judges currently serving on the bench are President Judge Michael A. George, Judge John D. Kuhn, Robert G. Bigham, and Judge Thomas R. Campbell.
Workers’ compensation claimants who live in Adams County attend workers’ compensation hearings in the Adams County Library at 140 Baltimore Street, Gettysburg, PA., 17325.
Freeburn & Hamilton is committed to serving all residents of Adams County. If you were injured at work or as a result of an accident:
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