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Bankruptcy

Protecting Your Financial Resources in Pennsylvania

When financial concerns burden your family, an experienced lawyer can help you find security. Whether you are struggling with overwhelming debt or have suffered a workplace injury, we will provide the legal guidance you need. We are dedicated to finding effective solutions for all of your family's concerns.

You Can Get Relief from Debt

Debt from medical bills, credit cards, home mortgages and other sources can become impossible to keep up with. When you find yourself struggling to choose between paying the bills and putting food on the table, we can help. We will explain your debt relief options, such as:

  • Chapter 7 Bankruptcy — Also called "liquidation" bankruptcy, Chapter 7 allows those who qualify to discharge most of their debts. You can get a completely fresh start.
  • Chapter 13 Bankruptcy — Sometimes referred to as "reorganization" bankruptcy, Chapter 13 allows you to create a payment plan that you can afford. This form of bankruptcy can be structured so that you can keep your home and other assets, while paying off debt at a pace you can live with.

Our firm is founded on Christian values, and we will treat you with the respect you and your family deserve. We know that debt can be difficult to live with, and we will work with you to find an efficient resolution that meets your needs.

Employees Deserve Workers' Compensation

If you were injured at work, it can be difficult to work your way through the workers' comp system on your own. Too often, employers and their insurance companies refuse to cover medically necessary treatment and lost wages. We will work to resolve your case as efficiently as possible. Representing your interests in negotiation, mediation and litigation, we will find the approach that best meets your needs.

Learn How We Can Help You

With more than 25 years of experience, our attorney — John W. Frey — will explain your bankruptcy and workers' compensation options and guide you to a resolution that meets your family's needs.