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Personal Injury Attorney in Harrisburg, PA

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You shouldn't have to undergo mental and financial strain due to someone else's neglect. If you're the victim in a personal injury case in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, Tomasko & Koranda, P.C. will fight to get you fair compensation. Whether you've been in a car accident or sustained a slip-and-fall injury, you should hold the responsible party accountable for their neglect.

Your personal injury attorney will aggressively fight for a reasonable settlement. Call 717-428-8200 now to discuss your case with a member of our legal team in Harrisburg and Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania.

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What Falls Under Personal Injury Law?

Personal injury law protects you in the event of someone else's neglect. The most common personal injury cases we handle in the Harrisburg, Pennsylvania area involve:

  • Automobile Accidents: If you were involved in a car accident and it can be proved that the other driver was acting negligently, you may be entitled to compensation for your medical bills, property damage, pain and suffering, and more. If the other driver was texting while driving, talking on the phone while driving, driving distracted in other ways, speeding, reckless driving, and so on, they will be held responsible for your injury and will be punished as such.

  • Premises Liability: In many instances, our clients involved with premises liability cases involve people that have been injured on commercial property or on the property of someone's residence. You may have been walking into the grocery store and slipped on an icy sidewalk or tripped over a piece of merchandise that hadn't been picked up off the floor.

  • Product Liability: This type of personal injury case involves a defective product or a product that was not labeled according to safety standards. For example, if your child choked on a piece that was labeled 1 year and up and they were above one year of age, they may be held responsible for the death or injury to your child.