Bedford

Bedford, Pennsylvania, a borough in Bedford County, is 102 miles west of Harrisburg and 107 miles east of Pittsburgh. Bedford is the county seat and has a population of approximately 2,900. Bedford, originally called Raystown, later was renamed after the politically powerful Duke of Bedford who was from England.

Bedford has a rich history. The Espy House in Bedford is noted for having been the headquarters of George Washington and his troops while putting down the Whiskey Rebellion which was started around the Jean Bonnet Tavern. Bedford at one time was also famous for its medicinal springs. Dr. John Anderson purchased land and built a spa in 1804, The Bedford Springs Hotel. President Buchanan made this place his "summer White House." Recently Bedford Springs was brought back to life with beautiful renovations.

US Route 30 runs through Bedford into Pittsburgh and Breezewood and is quite frequently traveled for dining, entertainment and shopping. Often these highly traveled areas are sites of motor vehicle accidents. If you or a loved one is injured in a motor vehicle accident, truck accident, motorcycle or pedestrian accident, call Attorney Stoehr's office at (814) 946-4100, or email for a free evaluation of your potential claim. Attorney Stoehr also handles other types of personal injury claims such as construction accidents, food poisoning, defective products, wrongful death, dog bites and ATV accidents.

Attorney Stoehr has 20 years of experience working with these types of cases as an attorney and five years experience as a former insurance claims man. This gives him insight into how insurance companies evaluate claims. You can view his website at www.stoehrlaw.com and see for yourself through the many testimonials and case results how satisfied his former clients are. Let us take care of your personal injury and insurance needs.