Warriors Mark, PA, located in Huntingdon County, was founded in 1768 and today has a population of approximately 1,790. According to legend, Warriors Mark derived its name from warriors of the Iroquois Federation who would go through the woods ceremoniously marking trees.
Warriors Mark is home to the Birmingham Bridge, which was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1988. Warriors Mark also has a couple of quaint Bed & Breakfast homes and is home to the Nittany Mountain Trail Ride.
Warriors Mark is only 22 miles from State College and hosts many families visiting their children who attend Penn State. People are drawn to the scenic bed and breakfasts in Warriors Mark. This makes Warriors Mark a fairly highly-traveled area. Warriors Mark is just 25 miles from Altoona and residents can easily access Attorney Stoehr's office in Altoona. If you have been injured in a motor vehicle accident, motorcycle accident, ATV accident or truck accident, please give Attorney Stoehr a call to let him evaluate your potential claim. Attorney Stoehr is a leader in pursuing nursing home neglect cases in west central Pennsylvania, including Warriors Mark.
He has been recognized for three consecutive years as a Pennsylvania Super Lawyer. He is also a member of the Million Dollar Advocates Forum and has been rated by AVVO as "10-Superb." For a free evaluation of your claim, call our office at (814) 946-4100 or send us an email. You can visit our website at www.stoehrlaw.com and read the testimonials of many past satisfied clients. You will not be charged a fee unless we obtain a successful outcome for you.