Douglas V. Stoehr
Injury Lawyer
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Your Life After An Injury
Motor Vehicle Accidents
Motor Vehicle
Other Types of Claims
Other Types
Of Claims
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Nursing Home


Philipsburg, Pennsylvania, is a borough in Centre County and boasts a population of more than 2,700. Henry and James Philips laid out Philipsburg in 1791, and it is reported that the land was purchased at an auction on the streets of Philadelphia for two cents an acre.

Philipsburg is home to a number of historic sites such as the Rowland Theatre, Union Church and Burial Ground and the Hardman Philips House. The first screw mill in the United States was built in Philipsburg in 1821. Their historic district was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1999. Philipsburg hosts the Annual Philipsburg Heritage Days which is a week-long festival that takes place after the 4 th of July.

Living in a small community such as Philipsburg, you may not feel comfortable using an attorney from the same town. We are not saying that a local attorney would not do a good job, but sometimes privacy is an issue. If this is the case, please give us a call. Altoona is not far from Philipsburg and Attorney Stoehr has practiced before the judges in Centre County.

Attorney Stoehr is very experienced in Pennsylvania motor vehicle law. If you have been hurt in a car accident, motorcycle accident, truck accident or a pedestrian accident, Attorney Stoehr’s experience can pay off for you. Visit our website at and read some of our case results, and testimonials of satisfied former clients.

Call our office at (814) 946-4100 or email us. When you call, one of my staff members will do an intake interview. If we feel that we can obtain compensation for your case, we will schedule an initial consultation with you. Your claim will be thoroughly investigated and we will help with other problems such as payment of medical bills, documentation of lost wages and insurance needs. You and Attorney Stoehr will agree on a fee percentage before he begins working on your case, but no payment will be required unless we obtain a positive settlement or verdict for you. We copy you on all correspondence that is sent on your behalf and we will always return your phone calls. Your case is as important to us as it is to you.