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2040 Linglestown Rd Ste 300
Harrisburg, PA 17110
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Freeburn & Hamilton, Your Harrisburg Workers’ Compensation and Personal Injury Attorney

Harrisburg workers’ compensation and personal injury attorney at Freeburn & Hamilton have been serving the residents of Dauphin County since 1982. Freeburn & Hamilton has its main office location at 2040 Linglestown Rd., Ste. 300 Harrisburg, Pa 17110. The Harrisburg workers’ compensation and personal injury attorney team  at Freeburn & Hamilton have the experience, skills, knowledge and resources required to fight for you and your family.

If you’ve suffered an injury from either an auto accident or some incident at your workplace, you need to speak with a personal injury lawyer. Harrisburg, PA, residents are always in good hands with our trusted and knowledgeable staff.

CALL (717) 777-7777 or (570) 777-7777 for a free consultation with a Harrisburg workers’ compensation and personal injury attorney from Freeburn & Hamilton.

All our attorneys are members of the Dauphin County Bar Association. The head of the firm, Richard Freeburn, and many of the firm’s other lawyers and staff are lifelong residents of Dauphin County.

If you’ve been hurt on the job or have been in an accident, you need to protect your rights by talking to a lawyer right away. You need someone on your side. The insurance company adjuster is already working on your case, but he or she does not work for you. He or she works for the insurance company.

Do not sign any form or document from the insurance company, or even talk to an insurance company adjuster, before you first talk to an attorney from Freeburn & Hamilton.

If you need a workers’ compensation attorney, Harrisburg PA has the perfect advocate to fight for you. The attorneys at Freeburn & Hamilton have been fighting for Dauphin County residents for many years. We have recovered millions of dollars for our clients since 1982.

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 types of cases we handle are:

Dauphin County is home to the State Capitol Complex. Major employers within the county include the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, Hershey Foods, PinnacleHealth, Penn State Milton S. Hershey Medical Center, TE Connectivity, Penn State Harrisburg, Capital Blue Cross and Dauphin County government. Dauphin County attractions include Hersheypark, the Whitaker Center for Science and the Arts, the National Civil War Museum, the Giant Center and the Antique Auto Museum.

Dauphin County has 40 municipalities, including Harrisburg, PA, the only incorporated city in the county. The county has 16 boroughs including Berrysburg, Dauphin, Elizabethville, Gratz, Halifax, Highspire, Hummelstown, Lykens, Middletown, Millersburg, Paxtang, Penbrook, Pillow, Royaltown, Steelton and Williamstown. There are 23 townships, including Conewago, Derry, East Hanover, Halifax, Jackson, Jefferson, Londonderry, Lower Paxton, Lower Swatara, Lykens, Middle Paxton, Mifflin, Reed, Rush, South Hanover, Susquehanna, Swatara, Upper Paxton, Washington, Wayne, West Hanover, Wiconisco Township, and Williams.

Major highways running through Dauphin County include the Pennsylvania Turnpike (Interstate 76), Interstates 81, 83 and 283, and U.S. Routes 11, 15, 322, and 422.

Dauphin County civil and criminal court proceedings are held in the Dauphin County Courthouse at 101 Market Street, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania 17101. Judges currently serving on the bench are President Judge Todd A. Hoover, and Judges Richard A. Lewis, Jeannine Turgeon, Scott Arthur Evans, Lawrence F. Clark, Jr., John F. Cherry, Bruce F. Bratton, Deborah Essis Curcillo, Bernard L. Coates, Jr., and Andrew H. Dowling.

Workers’ compensation claimants who reside in Dauphin County must attend workers’ compensation hearings at East Gate Center at 1010 North 7th Street, Room 319, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania 17102. As of April 2010, workers’ compensation petitions filed by Dauphin County residents were assigned to Workers’ Compensation Judges Charles Clark, Wayne Dietrich, and David Weyl. Our personal injury lawyer continually stays informed with any changes to the law and the courts, so don’t hesitate to take advantage of our knowledge of the legal system. For more information about workers’ compensation in Harrisburg, PA, please click here.

Freeburn & Hamilton is committed to serving the residents of Dauphin County. If you were injured at work or as a result of an accident, contact our office and speak with our personal injury lawyer. Harrisburg, PA, residents have benefited from our many years of experience. As Freeburn fights for you, you’ll soon see that we are devoted to protecting your rights. For more information:

CALL FREEBURN & HAMILTON TODAY AT (717) 777-7777 or (570) 777-7777!