If you or a loved one has been injured in a car accident, you may need an Oxford Car Accident Attorney to make sure that you receive fair treatment from the insurance company.

Tim Rayne practices differently than other Personal Injury Attorneys.  Tim handles each case personally rather than referring the case to other attorneys or paralegals.  Tim makes it his mission to educate his clients on the insurance claim and legal process and to keep them up to date on the status of their case.

Tim is readily accessible by phone and email and will even give you his cell and home numbers.

Tim has over 20 years of experience settling Car Accident Cases with insurance companies and trying cases to judges and juries inside and outside of Pennsylvania.

If you’ve been injured in a Car Accident, you may be entitled to money compensation for your injuries and losses including medical bills, lost wages and pain and suffering. You may not need to hire an attorney, but you should get advice from an Experienced Personal Injury Attorney as soon as possible after the accident.

Tim Rayne offers Free Consultations in his Kennett Square or West Chester offices and can be reached at 610 840 0124 or [email protected]

Read Our Testimonials:

Your professionalism, thorough knowledge of personal injury law and dedication to my case resulted in a timely and substantial outcome… Your genuine concern for my welfare… assured me that I made the right decision to retain your services… You achieved results better than I expected and were able to resolve my case much faster than I had anticipated.
~ Daniel

Even though my case may seem small, it was a big deal to me and Tim’s empathy, understanding and patience has made me realize that no matter how grand or small a case may be, he treats his clients equally well.
~ Traci


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Oxford is a borough in Chester County, PA. Oxford is the closest town to Lincoln University. The population was 5,077 as of the last census. The borough was once called Oxford Crossing and Oxford Village. Oxford was located near the half-way point on the main road from Philadelphia to Baltimore.

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