Lennie thought her insurance company would be there for her when she had to spend thousands of dollars to replace her roof after a house fire.
She thought wrong. But Freeburn & Hamilton was there for her.
A restoration company that Lennie hired replaced the roof. When the company wanted paid, Lennie assumed that her insurance company would foot the bill. After all, she had been paying premiums to the insurance company for years for just this reason.
But the insurance company said no. When Lennie couldn’t pay the restoration company, the restoration company sued her. That’s when Lennie knew that she needed a good lawyer - and fast.
“I was in a terrible distraught way,” Lennie said. A co-worker - himself an attorney - told Lennie to call Freeburn & Hamilton. Her case was assigned to Christina L. Bradley, a personal injury attorney with the firm.
“She made me feel very comfortable,” Lennie said of Bradley. “She reassured me that she wasn’t sure which way it would go, but that she would do her best to bring a good outcome.”
Lennie said Bradley fought for her and got the insurance company to pay the restoration company.
“They did an outstanding job,” Lennie said of Bradley and Freeburn & Hamilton. “They made me feel comfortable to work with them. I could sleep at night feeling that I was secure in feeling that I had chosen a competent group of people that would do their best and find all the information out necessary to go forth in fighting for me.”
However, Bradley and Freeburn & Hamilton did more than just represent Lennie.
“They made me feel part of a family,” Lennie said. “Once you put it in their hands, they do their best. You can rest assured that they are going to get all the answers necessary to provide the best result.”
Lennie of Harrisburg called Freeburn & Hamilton after her house fire. Call (800) 303-8005 for a free consultation with a Freeburn & Hamilton attorney.
If you are a factory worker and injured on the job, Freeburn & Hamilton will fight for your rights. Just ask Haydee.
Haydee was working at her job in a factory one day when she felt something pop in the middle of her back as she was bending over to lift a box.
“It was like somebody stabbed me with a big sword,” she remembers.
She reported the injury to her supervisor, but it would be another two to three weeks before the factory even filed an accident report.
The factory sent her to the hospital for X-rays. At first the doctors told Haydee she had pulled some muscles in her back, and she could go back to work on light duty.
But things got worse. Haydee’s injury was more serious than originally thought.
Haydee showed the factory letters from her doctors, saying that she couldn’t work. But the factory ordered Haydee to come into work. If she didn’t, the factory threatened to cut her workers' compensation.
That’s when Haydee called Larry Barone, an attorney with Freeburn & Hamilton who specializes in workers' compensation cases.
Thanks to Larry, Haydee said she was able to keep getting all her workers' compensation from the factory. Eventually a judge ruled in Hayde’s favor, saying the factory could not make Haydee go back to work to keep her workers' compensation, when her doctors were saying that Haydee could no longer do her job.
Haydee got Larry’s number from a large ad that Freeburn & Hamilton placed in the Yellow Pages. But the story has a twist.
Haydee said that moments after she found Larry’s phone number, her husband gave her the phone number for an attorney who a neighbor was recommending. The attorney? The same Larry Barone.
It’s been months since Haydee’s case came to a successful close, but Larry still keeps in touch with her. Haydee said Larry calls her every once in awhile, just to see how she is doing.
“I would refer anybody that I know who needs a good lawyer to him, because I know he will help them,” Haydee says today. “I was glad that he was my lawyer. He was my lawyer at that time, and now he is my friend.”
Haydee from Lebanon called Freeburn & Hamilton after she was injured on the job in a factory. Call (800) 303-8005 for a free consultation with a Freeburn & Hamilton attorney.
It was April 6, 2011. I had just gotten my first real road bicycle a few months back and was looking forward to my first year of real cycling.
I was on one of my favorite courses, a challenging and hilly set of roads in and around Hershey. I was coming fast down a hill when an SUV heading the opposite way started turning into my path.
I braked and took evasive action but lost control. The next thing I knew, I was lying on the side of the road. My whole body was throbbing with pain, especially my right shoulder where I landed on the road at a speed of about 25 miles an hour.
I was lucky to be alive. Had another vehicle been coming on the other side behind the SUV, I could have easily been run over as I lie there.
Some great people who lived nearby came to my rescue. They called the cops and the ambulance. The SUV was gone, license plate and all. I'll probably never know who was driving that SUV or whether the driver ever even saw me.
Long story short, I had a severely separated right shoulder. I would need an operation. I would be out of work at least eight weeks. It would be months before I could ride again, if ever.
One Saturday afternoon early in my recovery I was reading a bicycling magazine I subscribe to. There's a monthly column by an attorney who specializes in the law as it relates to cycling. I remember reading an article he wrote about what you should do if you are involved in an accident.
But all of the cases the article talked about had to do with a collision between a vehicle and a cyclist. Pretty cut and dry.
My case was different. Nobody hit me, but I wouldn't have ended up sprawled all over the road if that driver had not turned into my path.
I qualified for short-term disability and I didn't miss any pay from work, but I had to use up eight weeks of sick time that I had accumulated over several years. It was all gone.
The surgeon said there was no guarantee my right shoulder would ever return to normal. I couldn't help my wife with things like mowing the lawn, carrying heavy boxes and taking the laundry up and down the stairs. There were a million other little things I couldn't do. And I had lost months of cycling, running and fitness that I'd never get back.
It didn't seem fair but it didn't seem as though I could do anything about it. How do you bring a case against a driver who is at fault when you don't even know who that driver is?
It didn't seem fair, but it didn't seem as though there was anything I could do about it. Did I even have a case? Was there a lawyer out there who could even tell me?
Motivated by curiosity and figuring I had nothing to lose, I went online, punched in some key search words, and a bunch of area law firms showed up at the top of the list.
One was Freeburn and Hamilton, a firm I knew nothing about. There was another firm with which I was familiar. I sent an e-mail to both, telling them of my unique situation and asking if they could help.
I couldn't believe it when, not five minutes later on a Saturday afternoon, I got a call from Dick Freeburn.
He didn't make any promises, but he seemed to think I had a case. He said he'd look into it. I was just dumbfounded the guy got back to me so quick.
Not long after, I met with Dick in his office and I signed the standard agreement. A few weeks later, his investigator called to tell me it looked like I really did have a case.
It took well over a year, but Dick kept at it. I'd hear from him every once in a while. He'd give an update and copy me on the documents he had sent and received on my case.
Then, Dick contacted me to tell me that the insurance company had agreed to a settlement. Not long after, he called back to tell me that he had found a way to get more money from the insurance company on my behalf.
I didn't always understand what Dick was talking about. This is deep-in-the-weeds insurance stuff, the kind where you need someone like Dick on your side. I didn't have to understand everything, That's why you hire an attorney like Dick Freeburn.
Going into this I had no idea I would get anything. Dick got me more money to compensate me for my loss than I could have imagined. I could not be happier with the outcome.
I've been back on the road cycling for some time now. It's great. There are more and more of us cyclists on the road.
As for that other law firm I contacted that Saturday? I can't remember their name. They never got back to me.
But Dick Freeburn? I'll never forget that name. And if you're a cyclist in central Pennsylvania, you should remember his name too.
Dan M. of Middletown called Freeburn & Hamilton after his bicycling accident. Call (800) 303-8005 for a free consultation with a Freeburn & Hamilton attorney.
I found you really responsive to my needs and requests. You were very patient and tolerant. You represented me fairly and were intuitive to the things I didn’t say. Great job! We were well pleased. Thanks for helping me with everything!
Thank you for your help and guidance during this difficult time
In the days that followed my accident I was in a complete state of horror. If it hadn't been for your persistence, thoroughness, determination, and courage, I would also not be where I am now. Thank you for being in it for the long haul and for your gracefulness during the journey. I don’t think that I could ever thank you enough. You have taken the rocky road that was in front of me and gave it a real good steam rollin’.
I will recommend you to anyone in need of your sword and shield
Please accept my congratulations as well as my sincere thanks and gratitude for the fantastic work. I realize this was not an easy case, and from experience, I know that other attorneys would not have extended the effort and diligence that you did. Thanks again from all of us, for a job well done.
Thanks for “going the extra mile”
In the days that followed my accident I was in a complete state of horror. I was even more horrified when it became clear that I was left holding the bag for this accident and basically, hung out to dry. Thank God for my father, if it had not been for him, I would not have gotten legal counsel and would not be where I am today. On the same token, if it hadn’t been for your persistence, thoroughness, determination, and courage, I would also not be where I am now. Thank you for being in it for the long haul and for your gracefulness during the journey... you are most certainly an excellent attorney and I hope that you can use the information you learned in my case to help someone else down the road. I owe a lot to you and I don’t think that I could ever thank you enough. You have taken the rocky road that was in front of me and gave it a real good steam rollin’. Thank you for representing me, and I will recommend you to anyone in need of your sword and shield. Thank you for standing in my corner all twelve rounds... in the end you were more than just my attorney, you became my friend.
Thank you for being in it for the long haul
Our final settlement was a pleasant and gratifying surprise
Please accept my congratulations as well as my sincere thanks and gratitude for the fantastic work you did with Erik’s lawsuit... although we were prepared for little or no financial gain, Erik’s final settlement was a pleasant and gratifying surprise. I realize this was not an easy case, and from experience, I know that other attorneys would not have extended the effort and diligence that you did. Thanks again Dick, from all of us, for a job well done and for “going the extra mile.”
Our final settlement was a pleasant and gratifying surprise
I was sitting at a red light in my police cruiser when I was rear-ended by a drunk driver. The shoulder injury required surgery and a long period of rehab. A friend recommended I consult with Freeburn & Hamilton. Not only didn’t I have to pay out of pocket, but also I received a settlement higher than I had expected. This firm has excellent contacts and a strong reputation with all the players in these situations. I wouldn’t go to anyone else. Extremely pleased with their law firm. They did an outstanding job with my case and treated me like family!
I received a higher settlement than I had expected
I am comforted knowing that I have awesome representation
I can't thank you enough for your continued representation and counsel, along with your steadfast resolve in bringing about a satisfactory conclusion to all of this! Without your help none of this would have come to fruition. I am comforted in knowing that I have awesome representation that will look out for me and keep [the insurance carrier] honest and in line! Again thank you from the bottom of my heart for everything you've done over the years in assuring that this matter came to a satisfactory conclusion!
I am comforted knowing that I have awesome representation
I would just like to "Thank You" for the help and services you provided to me during my difficult time following my motorcycle accident. Thanks to Mr. Freeburn and his fellow associates I was able to get back on my feet (financially) in a relatively short time. I would highly recommend your services to anyone in need of assistance following an accident like mine. Thank you again.
Motorcycle Accident Victim Expresses Gratitude