The law firm of Hamburg, Rubin, Mullin, Maxwell & Lupin is pleased to announce that its highly respected Personal Injury team is aware of the suffering of victims and their families who were patients at any of Liberation Way’s three facilities (Yardley, Bala or Ft. Washington) and is available to answer any questions about rights and compensation that may be available to them.

Yesterday, Pennsylvania Attorney General Josh Shapiro charged the co-founder and 10 others associated with Liberation Way with “a wide-ranging fraud scheme that, state officials say, trapped patients suffering from drug and alcohol addiction in a cycle of ineffective treatments and near inevitable relapses—all as the company made tens of millions of dollars off of insurance reimbursements and kickback” according to an article in the Philadelphia Inquirer.

According to Steven Barrett, chair of the firm’s highly respected Personal Injury Team: “We cannot allow these rehab facilities to act like drug dealers, stealing the lives and money of true sufferers and their families trying to beat their addictions. Such behavior is not only criminal, but heinous animal-like behavior with predators preying on the wounded and helpless. We will do everything in our power to get compensation and justice for patients injured by the actions of Liberation Way—to the fullest extent of the law.”

If you, or a member of your family, was a patient of Liberation Way, please contact Mr. Barrett at 215-661-0400 immediately to have a free and confidential discussion about your rights.