Punxsutawney, PA is located in Jefferson County and has a population of over 5,900. The area was originally settled by the Delaware Indians and the name "Punxsutawney" comes from a Native American term which translates to "town of sandflies."
Punxsutawney is very well known for its furry little resident, Punxsutawney Phil, who predicts the weather every February 2 nd, otherwise known as Groundhog Day. Punxsutawney is also home to Barclay Square, the well preserved historic town square that was named after the father of the town, Reverend David Barclay, and the historic Bennis House and Lattimer House.
Due to highway development and improved automobiles with sophisticated GPS systems, travel between Punxsutawney and Altoona is simple. Attorney Stoehr handles claims in Punxsutawney and throughout Jefferson County. For example, he handled a case where a former resident moved from the area, but returned to visit. She attended a barbecue with other attendees and spent part of the day riding ATVs. The client was situated on the rear of an ATV when the operator lost control resulting in the client being thrown through the air. The client fractured her ribs, needed a back fusion, and suffered other permanent injuries. A claim is being made against the insurance companies of the operator's ATV and homeowners policies.
Attorney Stoehr handles unusual cases like this ATV claim, and also automobile, trucking, motorcycle, and bicycle accidents. See Attorney Stoehr's website at www.stoehrlaw.com. Read the testimonials from many former satisfied clients. You will be confident that Attorney Stoehr can provide top-notch legal representation for you concerning your personal injury claim. Call us at (814) 946-4100 for a free evaluation.