If you’ve been injured in an accident, you may be entitled to money compensation for your injuries and losses (medical bills, lost wages, pain and suffering). You may not need to hire an attorney, but you should get advice from an Experienced Personal Injury Attorney.

Tim Rayne focuses his entire law practice in Personal Injury Law and has been helping people who have been injured in accidents receive fair treatment and compensation from insurance companies for over 18 years.

You can contact Tim by phone (610.840.0124) or email to discuss how Tim can help you or click here to download a Free Copy of his Consumer Guide, “A Lawyer’s Guide to Personal Injury Cases.”

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Just wanted to thank you for your work on my personal injury case. I’ve got an education on the legal field and also on the medical field. You’ve earned my respect for what you do! I will give you a high recommendation if people need an injury lawyer.
~ Randy

…From the initial meeting and throughout the entire year-long process, your professionalism, timely responsiveness and helpful counsel have been nothing short of exceptional on a topic that I was very sensitive about… You have enhanced my perception of the true value an attorney of your character provides in a legitimate personal injury… that could have been prevented.
~ John

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Lancaster county, sometimes nicknamed the “Garden Spot of America” or “Pennsylvania Dutch Country,” is a county located in the south central part of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. The city of Lancaster is the county seat. The area that became Lancaster County was part of William Penn’s 1681 charter. Six other counties were subsequently formed from territory directly taken, in part from Lancaster County: Berks, Cumberland, Dauphin, Lebanon, Northumberland, and York.

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