Located just outside Philadelphia, Berks County was named after the English county Berkshire, where William Penn’s family home stood. Berks County is home to the Hopewell Furnace National Historic Site and its county seat is Reading. Berks County has several colleges such as Kutztown University, Albright College, and Alvernia University and was the home of American pioneer Daniel Boone.
Berks County is also home to some dangerous highways, such as I-176, the Pennsylvania Turnpike, and US 222. Chances are when you get into a car accident in Berks County, it will be a severe injury. You’re going to need some legal help.
As a national leader in personal injury law, the Berks County PA personal injury lawyers at Munley Law® Personal Injury Attorneys have been litigating complex personal injury and car accident lawsuits for 60 years. We represent clients from Berks County who have been victims of automobile accidents, bus accidents, train derailments, and truck accidents. We also represent Berks County workers who need help with their workers’ compensation claims and those injured in automotive recalls.
When choosing a law firm, you want one with a successful track record as well as the respect from its peers. At Munley Law® Personal Injury Attorneys, our prestigious honors speak for us. Our lawyers are members of the Million Dollar and Multi-Million Dollar Advocates Forum, have been named Pennsylvania Super Lawyers, and are listed as one of the Best Law Firms by the US World News Report. In addition, our lawyers are frequent speakers on several legal matters throughout the United States.
Because we operate on a contingent fee basis, you will not owe a dime until we win your case. You will never pay anything out of pocket.
Here are a few cities that our clients from Berks County hail from:
Reading | Kutztown | Wyomissing
If you live in Berks County and have suffered from an injury or auto accident, contact our Berks County PA personal injury lawyers at 844-206-9926 or fill out our online form. Remember, your first consultation is always free.