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Reading, PA Personal Injury Lawyer

Reading is the county seat of Berks County in southeastern Pennsylvania. It is Pennsylvania’s fifth largest city with approximately 90,000 people. Reading is situated along a major transportation corridor from central to eastern Pennsylvania, involving Interstate 76 and Route 422 so accidents involving cars and large trucks are an ongoing concern.  Among the largest employers in the county are Reading Hospital and East Penn Manufacturing Company, a battery manufacturer.

The Colleran Firm represents people who have been harmed by personal injury accidents and medical malpractice in Reading and across Pennsylvania. Our compassionate attorneys and staff work as a team from your initial consultation to the resolution of your case. We know you are going through a difficult time and we want to help if we can. We will review the specific facts of your accident at no charge and offer our honest opinion of your legal options. Our lawyers have been regularly listed among Pennsylvania Super Lawyers® and attained Martindale-Hubbell® AV preeminent® ratings recognizing legal skill and professionalism. If our attorneys represent you, we will handle the case on a contingency fee basis. If we do not obtain compensation for you, then you will owe no legal fee.

The Types of Injury Cases We Handle Include:

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Reading Medical Malpractice Lawyers

The attorneys at The Colleran Firm concentrate much of the practice on representing people who have been seriously injured by medical malpractice including families harmed by birth injuries. Many medical errors including failure to diagnose cancer can cause lasting harm to patients and their loved ones. When a patient suffers a preventable injury as a result of the negligence of a doctor or hospital, the patient may be entitled to seek compensation by filing a personal injury claim. Many medical errors are the result of systemic problems such as a lack of adequate safety protocols in operating rooms, or storage practices that make medication dispensing errors more likely. A medical malpractice lawsuit or birth injury lawsuit may focus needed attention on an issue that has harmed you or your loved one and may help prevent other patients from suffering harm.

The two primary hospitals in Reading are:

Reading Hospital and Medical Center

Sixth Avenue & Spruce Street
Reading, PA
610-988-8000

Penn State Health St. Joseph Medical Center

2500 Bernville Road
Reading, PA 19605
610-378-2000

If you believe that you or a loved one has been harmed by a preventable medical error, schedule a free consultation with a knowledgeable medical malpractice lawyer to discuss the specifics of your situation. We will answer your questions and explain your legal options.

Berks County Car Accidents

Many preventable auto accidents are caused by driver errors including inattention, failure to yield, speeding, intoxication and disregard for safety. If another driver’s negligence has caused you or your loved one substantial harm and disrupted your life, our attorneys may be able to help you obtain compensation to regain control of your life. The car accident attorneys at The Colleran Firm are dedicated to seeking justice for people who have suffered serious injuries in car accidents caused by other motorists. We offer trusted legal guidance based on decades of experience and we seek the maximum amount of damages on your behalf.

The intersections in Berks County that have high volumes of traffic and are among the most dangerous for accidents include:

  • Lancaster Avenue and West Shore Bypass
  • Pennsylvania Avenue and West Shore Bypass
  • Routes 222 and 662, Reading Township
  • Perkiomen Avenue and 47th St., Exeter Township
  • Routes 73 and 222, Maidencreek Township
  • Paper Mill and Van Reed Roads, Spring Township
  • Route 12 and 11th St., Muhlenberg Township
  • Route 422 and River Bridge Rd., Amity Township
  • Routes 61 and 662, Shoemakersville
  • Routes 222 and 724, Spring Township

How Can You Afford a Lawyer After an Injury in Reading, Pennsylvania?

We understand that money is often extremely tight after a serious accident, particularly if you have been unable to work and lost income. The Colleran Firm represents clients in cases involving medical malpractice and personal injury on a contingency fee basis. You do not pay any legal fee unless we are successful in obtaining compensation for you through an insurance settlement or jury verdict. If we are successful, then our legal fee is a portion of the amount of compensation that we secure on your behalf. A contingency fee arrangement allows victims of personal injury accidents to obtain quality legal representation.

The attorneys at The Colleran Firm handle serious injury cases caused by health care provider negligence and medical malpractice in Pennsylvania & New Jersey.

Connect With Us:

The Colleran Firm

2005 Market Street # 1940
Philadelphia, PA 19103
Phone: (215) 972-8000
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