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Personal Injury

Our law firm was founded more than sixty years ago, and since its founding, our attorneys have been dedicated to aggressively representing individuals who have sustained personal injuries. Whether as a result of automobile accidents, premises liability, boating accidents, slip and falls, medical malpractice, dog bites, or as a result of defective products, our mission has always been and continues to be to fight for compensation to which you are entitled.


Here is what you will get with our firm: compassion and understanding of our clients’ unique needs, and dedication to obtaining the best possible result. Here is what you won't get: an assembly line of churning and burning of cases through massive marketing and advertising budgets, call centers, impersonal direct mailing campaigns, catchy jingles, and paid celebrity endorsements. 


Our lawyers are committed to seeking justice for injured clients to the full extent of the law. We realize that any kind of personal injury is difficult to deal with – but add to it the cost of medical bills, lost time from work, damages to your vehicle, and other losses – and it can be devastating. We focus on your rights as an accident victim, and our primary obligation is to protect those rights.

We can assist you by letting you know about your rights. Insurance companies have enormous staffs of adjusters to represent their interests with the sole intent of settling claims as quickly and economically as possible. Be advised that there are pitfalls in giving your statement to the adjuster. You, in turn, have individual rights that could be overlooked if you are not properly represented by a qualified attorney.

At Stucky, Lauer & Young, LLP, we provide professional representation coupled with experience in personal injury cases. We will help you receive fair compensation for all medical bills, loss of earnings, mental anguish, pain and suffering, and any other damages. And if we accept your case, unless you receive compensation, you owe us no legal fee.


⇢  Timothy E. Stucky

⇢  Daniel L. Lauer

⇢  Christopher L. LaPan

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