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We take cases on a contingency fee basis. This means that if there is no monetary recovery, you owe us nothing for our services. In most cases, KBG Injury Law will advance the expenses of the case and will wait to be reimbursed until the conclusion of the case.

There is no charge for your initial consultation with a KBG Injury Law personal injury attorney. This allows you to explore your options and determine whether moving forward with your case is the best decision for you on a risk-free basis. An initial consultation is the all-important first step to getting the results you deserve.

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Experienced Personal Injury Representation

If you or someone you care about has suffered injury or harm because of the negligence or actions of another party, you may be dealing with numerous severe consequences. Hospital bills and other medical expenses can add up quickly. Lost wages and damaged property negatively affect your bank account and possibly your reputation. You may even have developed long-term problems with your health or well-being.

When it comes to personal injury law, you may be wondering if your case has enough merit to require professional legal representation. At the central Pennsylvania law firm of KBG Injury Law, our attorneys have over 30 years of experience in personal injury law.

Why You Need an Experienced Personal Injury Attorney

Hiring an experienced attorney is essential to securing the results you deserve. Individuals who do not work with an attorney right away often jeopardize their futures by accepting a settlement offer too soon.

Hiring an experienced attorney is essential to securing the results you deserve.

Unfortunately, the consequences of certain injuries often take several weeks to reveal themselves — and without legal advice from an experienced attorney, you risk losing a complete recovery. KBG Injury Law practices in all areas of personal injury law, including:

Choosing Representation

KBG Injury Law has three offices in the central Pennsylvania region. We have earned our reputation from our thorough representation we provide our clients, who share our knowledge and skills with their friends and loved ones. We gain many clients through referrals — our clients trust us with the legal issues that matter most.

Each attorney at KBG Injury Law is an experienced litigator with insurance industry experience. Our attorneys are uniquely qualified to understand courtroom tactics as well as common insurance practices that may affect the outcome of your case.

If you have suffered injury or harm in any of our practice areas, call KBG Injury Law to schedule a consultation.

Why Securing Personal Injury Representation Quickly Matters

After an injury or loss, the courts can move very quickly, and you will likely be making decisions that will affect your life for years to come. Would it be effective to have legal representation during this time, when you may be at your most vulnerable?

After an injury or loss, you only have limited time to pursue legal action. In addition to statues of limitations, you also must consider the speed with which evidence is moved or destroyed. After an auto accident, for example, insurance companies send out their representatives at once to assess the damage. Do you have someone working in your best interest doing the same?

If you contact an attorney quickly after an accident, you give yourself more breathing room to make decisions about the future. Your attorney can uncover evidence that may have otherwise been lost, secure testimonies from who may soon forget and start representing you before you sign away any rights to pursue legal action. Your personal injury attorney has the best opportunity to strengthen your case and give you strong legal advice if you contact them immediately.

Your personal injury attorney has the best opportunity to strengthen your case if you contact them immediately.

Talking to a personal injury lawyer does not have to mean exorbitant fees and obligation, either. You can always contact KBG Injury Law for a free consultation. Your initial, no-cost consultation helps you evaluate what you can and want to do next without incurring any cost to you.

Why Choose KBG Injury Law?

Not all personal injury attorneys are the same. What makes KBG Injury Law stand out is a combination of our experience and our approach to clients. Unlike some firms, many members of our legal team have worked in the insurance industry in the past representing companies.

This unique experience has allowed them to see insurance cases from both sides of the negotiation table. When our attorneys approach your claim, they understand insurance laws in-depth and know the exact strategies and policies insurance companies adopt — meaning they can use this insight to strengthen your case.

KBG Injury Law also has a firm commitment to treating our clients right. Our attorneys have decades of combined experience with many cases, and their commitment always remains to you, the client. KBG Injury Law is dedicated to ethical action in all our dealings. We do not take on frivolous cases and we always act in an honest, transparent manner.

We treat clients with respect and care, understanding that many are coming to our firm during very challenging times. Our respect for our clients shines through in every interaction and in the extra care we put into every case.

Since we understand your case is of utmost importance to you, we keep you apprised of its status and always take care to treat you with respect. If you do not want to be treated like a number and need a team of legal professionals going above and beyond on your behalf, contact KBG Injury Law for a free consultation today.

Commonly Asked Questions

Learn more about getting the professional representation you need to effectively fight for your rights. We provide answers to the commonly asked questions below about selecting and retaining an attorney.

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