On December 4, 2013, Allentown car crash attorney Thomas J. Newell received a telephone call from a woman who was recently involved in a car accident on Tilghman Street in Allentown. She was stopped for a red light when a vehicle suddenly rear-ended her. The force of the impact propelled her car into the rear of the vehicle in front of her.
The Lehigh Valley auto accident victim received treatment for her whiplash related injuries at Sacred Heart Hospital in Allentown. She will be receiving follow-up medical care for her neck & back pain. Attorney Thomas J. Newell has been representing Pennsylvania car accident victims since 1981. Call him today at 1-800-980-4842 to set up your free home consultation. Information about his 32 years of experience can be found at www.NewellLaw.com
On November 26, 2013, Attorney Newell received a telephone call from the family of an elderly woman whose husky mix sustained serious injuries after being mauled by a pit bull. The innocent victim was relaxing outside her home with the family dog when the vicious pit bull jumped a fence and began the unprovoked attack in Washington County, PA.
A neighbor came over to help and the pit bull turned on him, biting his ankle. Ultimately, the police needed to Taser and then shoot the pit bull to stop the attack. Attorney Newell reviewed the Pennsylvania Dog Law statute with the victim’s family regarding restitution for veterinary expenses.
Attorney Thomas J. Newell provides a free home consultation for all of his Pennsylvania dog attack victims. Call him today at 1-800-980-4842. Information regarding 40 of Attorney Newell’s dog bite settlements can be found at www.NewellLaw.com
A November 12, 2013 report on WGAL TV highlighted multiple criminal charges filed against a Lancaster pit bull owner. She had purchased an 11 month old pit bull and was specifically warned not to leave the dog around children due to its aggressive demeanor. The new owner disregarded the warning and dropped off the pit bull at her residence where 4 children were inside.
Soon thereafter, the vicious pit bull began an unprovoked attack on a 5 year-old girl causing serious injuries. The defendant then went to the work place of the former owner and punched her – an act caught on the store’s video surveillance. The police have charged the pit bull owner with simple assault and recklessly endangering the welfare of a child.
Attorney Newell aggressively represents pit bull attack victims throughout Pennsylvania. Call him today @ 800-980-4842 for a free home consultation. Read about his recent $300,000.00 Adams County pit bull attack settlement @ www.PADogAttackLawyer.com
On October 21, 2013, Attorney Newell presented a Petition for Minor’s Compromise to Judge Fritsch of the Orphans’ Court Division of the Bucks County Court of Common Pleas. In the summer of 2012, a thirteen year-old boy was visiting his friend in Lower Bucks County PA. As he entered his friend’s home, a pit bull attacked the young boy and bit his hands and right leg.
The Bucks County dog attack lawyer promptly referred the young boy to a specialist to make sure that the tingling and burning sensations in his hands were only temporary. Fortunately, those issues were resolved within 3 or 4 months and no further medical care was necessary. The dog bite wounds healed nicely and plastic surgery was not required.
Attorney Thomas J. Newell negotiated with the defendant’s homeowners insurance company and was happy to obtain a $53,000.00 payout for the Bucks County pit bull attack victim. Call Attorney Newell @ 1-800-980-4842 to set up your free home consultation anywhere in Pennsylvania. Visit his website: www.PADogAttackLawyer.com
On October 11, 2013, a Lehigh Valley car crash resulted in injuries to 2 adult passengers, but a small child escaped unharmed as she was strapped into her safety seat. As reported in The Morning Call, a woman was driving her SUV in the rain just north of Bethlehem PA when she lost control of her vehicle. The SUV crashed into an embankment and flipped over but, ultimately landed on its wheels.
The Northampton County car accident caused injuries to the driver and a passenger. Both were treated at St. Luke’s Hospital in Bethlehem and released. Pennsylvania State Police from the Bethlehem Barracks investigated the car wreck. All of the occupants in the SUV were fortunate that their vehicle was not hit by any other motor vehicles.
Attorney Thomas J. Newell has represented PA car accident victims since 1981. Call him today at 1-800-980-4842 to set up your free home consultation. His website details his 32 years of personal injury litigation experience: www.NewellLaw.com
On October 1, 2013, Thomas J. Newell, Esquire obtained court approval for a $75,000.00 dog bite settlement after a 4 year old girl was mauled by her aunt’s Labrador Retrievers. Two years earlier, the little girl was an invited guest of her aunt and was attacked almost immediately after she entered the home in West Chester PA.
Surgeons at Chester County Hospital used 6 staples and 10 stitches to repair the dog bite wounds to her scalp and shoulder. A year after the Chester County dog attack, Attorney Newell suggested to the girl’s parents that they have their daughter examined by a plastic surgeon. The doctor wrote a report which indicated that the scar on her right shoulder had healed nicely and plastic surgery was not necessary.
Dog bite victims in 19 different PA Counties have trusted Attorney Thomas J. Newell to aggressively represent their legal interests. Call 1-800-980-4842 to set up your free home consultation. More information regarding Attorney Newell’s legal career can be found at www.NewellLaw.com.
On September 6, 2013, Attorney Thomas J. Newell was contacted by the mother of a boy who had been bitten by a German Shepherd in Monroe County PA. A 10 year old boy was walking in his Saylorsburg PA neighborhood when a German Shepherd got loose from its owner and pursued the child.
The German Shepherd knocked him down and bit his buttock. The dog bite attack left a scar. The Monroe County dog bite victim still suffers from nightmares, as well as a fear of German Shepherds. Attorney Newell urged his mother to take her son to a mental health professional ASAP.
Attorney Newell has represented dog attack victims in 19 different Pennsylvania Counties. If you or a loved one have been mauled by a dog, call 1-800-980-4842 to set up a free home consultation. Put Attorney Newell’s 32 years of experience to work for you. See his website: www.PADogAttackLawyer.com
On August 14, 2013, a 50 year old Buckingham Township resident was attacked by a neighbor’s pit bull. The Bucks County dog attack victim was cleaning brush away from his fence when the pit bull came charging after him. The pit bull scratched both of the gentlemen’s legs and knocked him to the ground.
The PA dog bite victim fell and hit his head on the fence. He also injured his right hand and stitches from a previous incident opened up. Neither the pit bull nor a mixed breed dog and German Shepherd owned by the defendants were on a leash or restrained in any way. Attorney Thomas J. Newell suggested to the Bucks County PA resident that he contact the Bucks County Dog Warden Joseph Loughlin.
If you have been bitten by a vicious dog, call Attorney Newell immediately at 1-800-980-4842. Put his 32 years of experience to work for you. He provides a free home consultation to all Pennsylvania dog bite victims. See his website: www.PADogAttackLawyer.com
A July 1, 2013 article from The Morning Call reviewed a new ordinance adopted by Salisbury Township in Lehigh County. The law bans dogs in all of its parks/open spaces except for Franko Farm and Walking Purchase Park. Dogs will be allowed there provided they are leashed and under the control of its owner.
Attorney Newell believes this new law was enacted in response to multiple dog attacks within Salisbury Township in 2013. Both people and other dogs have been injured as a result of unleashed/unrestrained vicious dogs running loose in the Township.
Call Thomas J. Newell at 1-800-980-4842 for your free home consultation if you have been attacked by a dog in Pennsylvania. See his website: www.PADogAttackLawyer.com
On June 18, 2013, Attorney Thomas J. Newell was hired by the parents of a Cumberland County PA pit bull attack victim. The 9 year-old girl was visiting a friend’s house. They owned an adult male pit bull. The victim was sitting in a chair in the Defendants’ home when the pit bull jumped up and bit her in the face.
The Carlisle PA dog bite victim was immediately taken to Carlisle Regional Hospital where she was admitted. Surgery was performed and the surgeon told the victim’s father, “I put everything back together the best I could.” Her next doctor’s appointment is on Wednesday.
Attorney Thomas J. Newell provides free home consultations anywhere in Pennsylvania. Call 1-800-980-4842 to speak with Attorney Newell today. Visit his website: www.PADogAttackLawyer.com