Hunting Accident Investigation

September 29th, 2014 Hot Issues,Uncategorized

An infant being cradled by its father was accidentally shot by a hunter hunting nearby. The accident occurred last week when the bullet came through the window of the victim’s Saltsburg, PA home. The child is in intensive care, although the condition is not being released. An investigation is pending as to whether or not state hunting regulations were followed in the hunting accident.

Proving a hunting accident case can be complex and difficult. Homeowners’ insurance companies start working to protect their interests the minute the accident is reported. These companies will spare no expense to minimize or defeat your claim. You need an experienced Pennsylvania hunting accident attorney to work for you.

If you or a loved one has been injured in a hunting accident, make sure you talk to an attorney from Freeburn & Hamilton before you sign any form or document from the insurance company, or before you even talk to anyone from the insurance company.

Schedule a free consultation with an experienced PA hunting accident lawyer from Freeburn & Hamilton today. Call the 7′s, (717) 777-7777 or complete the contact form on this page. We have 12 convenient locations in the Central PA area and make house calls! 

 

 

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