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Pocono Personal Injury Attorneys

If you or a loved one has suffered an injury due to negligence, we will not be satisfied until you have obtained the compensation you deserve for what you are going through.

Our Personal Injury attorneys at MHK Attorneys represent clients in auto and car accidents (including with limited tort insurance), animal and dog bites, wrongful death, truck injury accidents, construction accidents, slip and fall injury accidents, premises liability, and more.

Our Pennsylvania personal injury lawyers represent clients throughout Monroe County and the Lehigh Valley. Our clients often come from area communities such as Pocono Summit, Brodheadsville, Easton, Bethlehem and Allentown.

It will cost you nothing to find out if we can help you maximize your recovery. We collect fees only if we obtain compensation for injury victims. Contact us today for your free consultation.



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These guys were the best. When I got hit by a drunk driver, they made sure I was taken care of and would be able to continue to care for my family. I would have literally been homeless without them.


Very happy with the outcome

Mike was so thorough and made sure I understood the entire process of a car accident case. He gave me great advice on how to pay my bills without having to get one of those pre-settlement loans. I was very happy with the outcome of my car accident case and the compassionate treatment I received from his staff.


Meet Our Personal Injury Attorneys

Joseph P. Hanyon


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Michael B. Kaspszyk


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Frequently Asked Questions

What types of accidents are covered under personal injury law?

Personal injury law covers a wide range of accidents, including car accidents, slip and falls, medical malpractice, workplace injuries, product liability cases, and more.

What should I do immediately after an accident?

After an accident, it’s essential to prioritize safety, seek medical attention if necessary, gather evidence, report the incident to authorities, and consult with a personal injury attorney.

Do I need to hire a personal injury attorney?

Hiring a personal injury attorney is advisable, especially for complex cases, as they can help you navigate legal processes, negotiate with insurance companies, and pursue fair compensation.

How is compensation determined in a personal injury case?

Compensation in a personal injury case is determined based on factors such as medical expenses, lost wages, pain and suffering, and liability.

What is the statute of limitations for filing a personal injury claim?

The statute of limitations varies by state. Pennsylvania’s statute of limitations is 2 years. It’s crucial to file within this timeframe to preserve your legal rights.

How long does a personal injury case take to resolve?

The timeline for a personal injury case can vary significantly depending on its complexity. Some cases may settle in a few months, while others may take years, especially if they go to trial.

What is "negligence"?

Negligence is the failure to exercise reasonable care, resulting in harm to another person. It is a key element in many personal injury cases, as the injured party must prove that the defendant’s negligence caused their injuries.

Do personal injury cases always go to court?

No, many personal injury cases are settled out of court through negotiations between parties and their attorneys. Going to court is typically a last resort

What is the difference between full and limited tort?

Full tort allows you to sue for pain and suffering in a personal injury case, while limited tort typically restricts your ability to sue for non-economic damages, except in cases of serious injury.

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