Hazleton Personal Injury Lawyer

Aggressive Pursuit of the Compensation You Deserve

An injury claim can address more than medical bills and missed work. Accident victims can be compensated for surgery and future care, lasting impairment, lost future earning capacity, and the pain and suffering they have endured.

At Laputka, Bayless, Ecker & Cohn, PC, in Hazleton, our personal injury attorneys work closely with clients to understand the total impact of their accidents so that we can obtain full value for their claims. We handle personal injury-causing and fatal accidents in Hazleton, Wilkes-Barre, Scranton and throughout northeastern Pennsylvania. Trial lawyer John M. Gallagher has more than 20 years of experience in personal injury litigation in state and federal courts. We know what your case is worth.

Personal Injury Representation in Luzerne County and All Surrounding Areas

We have extensive experience with a broad range of injury and wrongful death cases including those arising from:

We welcome cases big and small, involving injuries ranging from soft tissue damage and broken bones to permanent or catastrophic injuries such as loss of limb, a brain injury or spinal cord injury.

Turn To Lawyers Who Fight for Full and Fair Damages in Every Case

Insurance companies will not voluntarily pay what your claim is worth. Hazleton personal injury attorney John Gallagher is skilled at negotiating with insurers to get the largest possible recovery for our clients. We believe in aggressively litigating when a settlement is not in our client's best interest.

Laputka, Bayless, Ecker & Cohn, PC, has served people in the Hazleton area and surrounding region for more than 60 years. We take pride in our reputation for personalized service and results. Our legal team is accessible and responsive throughout the process of recovering compensation for your personal injury.

For a free, no-risk case evaluation, email us or call 570-861-5905. We serve Luzerne, Schuylkill, Carbon, Columbia, Lackawanna, Monroe, Montour and surrounding counties.