Quakertown Personal Injury Attorneys

For nearly 50 years, Hamburg, Rubin, Mullin, Maxwell & Lupin has been a formidable force fighting for the rights of individuals and families whose lives have been shattered by devastating accidents.

Our Quakertown personal injury attorneys will immediately evaluate your case so you know the status. 

We’re highly experienced at handling your personal injury cases and can quickly review your case because we understand both the medical and legal issues. If your case is right for us, we’ll proceed with a full evaluation of the facts, medical record, and legal issues, and determine the likelihood of a fair settlement or need to file a lawsuit. We’ll keep you up-to-date on all developments and advise you on the range of possible outcomes so you can make educated decisions. 

Because a monetary award will significantly impact your life, we put our negotiation and trial skills and experience to work. 

We’re master negotiators, so you can rely on us to negotiate the best possible settlement for you. If the parties can’t agree on money, we’re prepared to file a lawsuit and aggressively try your case in the courtroom. And we have a proven track record of securing winning verdicts and other favorable resolutions in motor vehicle accident cases. 

When you entrust us with your case, you are not just given one person to work with. You are given an entire team of lawyers, paralegals, and secretaries. As a team, we coordinate with one another and keep in constant contact with you and your family.

We will always explain every step and development in your case and counsel you on all possible outcomes so you can make the best, informed decisions for you and your loved ones.

Our personal attention and detail-oriented service will help get you through this emotionally tough time, while we fight for your rights.

Quakertown Resources – Quakertown, Pennsylvania is a town of approximately 9000 residents in the Northeast portion of Upper Bucks County, about 50 miles north of Philadelphia.

Bucks County Courthouse– In Pennsylvania, courts of common pleas are considered courts of general jurisdiction.   For this reason, the court hears a wide variety of cases, including criminal prosecutions, juvenile delinquency proceedings, lawsuits involving money or property, divorce, custody disputes, child support issues, adoptions, estates and much more.

Central Bucks Chamber of Commerce– The Central Bucks Chamber of Commerce offers hundreds of events and programs each year to boost businesses and prime leaders for incredible success.

Bucks County Bar Association– The Bucks County Bar Association is dedicated to providing its members, potential members and all persons and organizations connected with the law, support and fellowship for the advancement of the legal profession.