Our Harrisburg personal injury group is well known for their professionalism, trial skills and collective jury verdicts in the tens of millions of dollars. Beyond recovering money for their clients, their goal is justice in having professionals and companies stop committing negligence and injuring people like you.
Personal injury law covers a wide range of cases including injuries resulting from car and truck accidents, environmental conditions, occupational exposure to harmful substances such as asbestos, work injuries, medical malpractice, nursing home negligence, product liability, and many other types of injuries.
Hamburg, Rubin, Mullin, Maxwell & Lupin injury attorneys are widely recognized for their acumen in personal injury law. Our Harrisburg attorneys have been published in this area of law and have lectured extensively. We are active members of the Pennsylvania Association for Justice and the American Association for Justice. Our attorneys have tried hundreds of jury trials throughout the state – including one case that resulted in one of the highest jury verdicts ever recorded in Montgomery County.
We handle all personal injury cases on a contingency fee basis, which means there are no up-front charges. We only collect a fee if we collect compensation for you.
Our lawyers offer a free initial consultation for personal injury cases. Contact HRMM&L to set up an appointment.
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Keep Yourself and Loved Ones Safe – Don’t Drive Distracted in Harrisburg – As much as we try to remain disciplined, it is so hard not to use our smart and cell phones while driving. We want to see what our children have texted us, or answer a business call that will not have to be dealt with once we arrive at our destination. But these activities, while operating a car is, in a word, risky, if not deadly. Our cars have the potential to injure and kill as we attempt to navigate thousands of pounds of metal and material at high rates of speed. We’ve all observed women putting on makeup and men combing their hair as they weave in and out of traffic. Add to such behavior the talking on the phone or looking away from the road as we press letters in trying to send a text message leads to one inescapable conclusion that with all of the advances the car industry has made in reducing injuries and deaths through air bags and collapsing metal, our self-distractions has increased the risk of auto accidents. Read More