Reverend Injured in Lancaster County Accident

December 1st, 2014 Hot Issues,Uncategorized

Lancaster County Accident Leaves Cyclist in Coma.

ABC27 reported last Monday that a man was injured when his bicycle was struck by a vehicle at the intersection of New Holland Avenue and Pleasure Road in Lancaster County. The cyclist was taken to the hospital with serious conditions.

Following the accident, LancasterOnline.com reported that the victim was Father Jonathan Currier, a leader of St. Thomas Episcopal Church in Manheim Township. As of Friday, November 28th, Currier remained in a coma as a result of the Lancaster County accident.

Cycling remains a healthy way to commute and a great form of exercise. Unfortunately, over 1300 people were injured in bicycle accidents in 2012. Proving a bike accident case can be difficult, so you should have an experienced attorney working for you. Freeburn & Hamilton has been helping clients get the compensation they deserve since 1982. We have 12 convenient office locations in Central Pennsylvania and will make house calls and hospital visits to better serve our clients. If you or a loved one is injured in a bicycle accident, contact the attorneys at Freeburn & Hamilton, your Central PA Bike Accident Lawyers. Call the 7’s (717-777-7777) or fill out the quick contact form on this page to schedule your FREE consultation.

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