Tom Yorko is an experienced personal injury attorney in Pennsylvania. In the past 30 years he has tried jury trials in many of the counties in this state and maintains a primary office in Philadelphia.
He is a member of the Pennsylvania and Philadelphia Associations for Justice, formerly known as the leading Trial Lawyers Organizations. Tom has tried medical and dental malpractice cases to verdict in Pittsburgh, Wilkes Barre, Lancaster, Bucks, Delaware, Chester and Montgomery counties.
Several attorneys around the state continue to refer matters to him of substantial value and complexity and include jurisdictions in State College, Altoona, Williamsport, Allentown & Reading.
The workers compensation clients that Tom Yorko has represented are from all of the FIVE counties including Montgomery, Chester, Bucks, Delaware and Philadelphia.
Many of Tom Yorko's clients have received settlements in excess of a million dollars when they suffered catastrophic injuries involving slip and falls on water in a restaurant, tripping over a ladder at an apartment house, sliding on a puddle in an apartment, riding a bike through an intersection or crossing in a crosswalk in the city and even a car breaking in half at impact.
Defective products can cause serious injuries and Tom Yorko has handled cases with broken crutches, arm chairs, machines, used cars. Dangerous and harmful drugs are a constant growing area.
Motor vehicle accidents are most commonplace but often require difficult and time consuming efforts to gather and present medical evidence of injury sufficient to obtain a large settlement. He can explain the new Federal and State laws that protect the rights of Welfare and Medicare and ERISA plans and or worker compensation carriers asserting liens against an injured parties recovery.
The best source of referrals for Tom Yorko has been the hundreds of satisfied clients, families and friends whom he has represented over the years. Tom will handle your case. Call him.
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