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Broken Bones Can Lead To Major Financial Loss

When we see other people walking around with a cast on their arm or leg, it may not seem like a very serious injury. The truth is, bone fractures are among the most painful types of serious injuries and result in lifelong residual pain, medical complications and loss of mobility.

If you or a child in your family suffered a serious fracture in a motor vehicle accident or because of another party's negligence anywhere in the Lehigh Valley region, I would like to discuss your legal options with you. My name is attorney Edward Shaughnessy. I am a local Bethlehem lawyer with deep roots in the Lehigh Valley. This is my home and it is the only place I have practiced law. For more than 25 years, I have helped people recover full and fair monetary damages from insurance companies and negligent parties who are responsible for causing injuries.

Did You Suffer A Broken Bone In A Workplace Accident?

I am an experienced Pennsylvania and New Jersey workers' compensation and Social Security Disability attorney. As such, I offer assistance to individuals who were hurt on the job. In addition to workers' comp benefits; I can also help you seek additional compensation from parties who may be held liable for causing the workplace accident. These often include a negligent property owner, a manufacturer of a defective or dangerous industrial product or other co-workers on the job site.

Call my office at either 610-365-7892 or toll free at 877-245-0251 to arrange a free consultation. You can also arrange an appointment online.

If your injuries or circumstances won't allow you to travel, I may be able to arrange a meeting at a location and time convenient for you and your family. I handle all car accident and civil litigation cases on a contingency fee basis, which means you do not pay attorneys' fees* unless and until we win.

*Prior to signing a retainer agreement, we will fully explain certain costs or expenses you may be responsible for in the event that no recovery is obtained.