Lewistown

Lewistown, Pennsylvania, is a borough in Mifflin County and also the county seat. Lewistown boasts a population of over 8,300. Originally known as "Village of Ohesson," the name changed in 1795. Lewiston was then named after William "Bill" Lewis, a Quaker and member of the legislature who was responsible for designation of the borough.

Lewistown is home to the Pennsylvania State Fire School, the only facility like this in the state. Asher's Chocolates is located in Lewistown and provides tours to see how chocolates are made. The Embassy Theatre, McCoy House, Mifflin County Courthouse and the Wollner Building are all listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Every year, Lewistown hosts the "Festival of Ice" the first Thursday, Friday and Saturday after Thanksgiving.

US Route 322 runs through Lewistown and ties Lewistown to State College and Harrisburg. Many people travel this route for entertainment, dining, shopping and sports events. With highly-traveled routes, accidents can happen. Whether you have been injured in a car accident, motorcycle accident, pedestrian accident or truck accident, you may want to give Attorney Stoehr a call. He has 20 years of legal experience and 5 years of experience as a former claims representative for insurance companies. He also has been recognized for three consecutive years as a Pennsylvania Super Lawyer, is a member of the Million Dollar Advocates Forum, and AVVO has rated him as "10-Superb." Attorney Stoehr is also a leader in taking on the nursing home industry for claims of negligence and abuse.

Give us a call at (814) 946-4100 or email us to discuss your personal injury needs. You can visit our website at www.stoehrlaw.com and read some testimonials from past satisfied clients. You will see that Attorney Stoehr will take your case as seriously as you do.