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Are You Looking For A Latrobe Personal Injury Attorney?

Whether someone is involved in a car accident on Route 30 or a slip and fall on Main Street, no one chooses to be injured. When an injury is not your fault, the laws of Pennsylvania allows for full compensation for your injury. Our personal injury team prides itself in not letting an injury become an injustice. We handle personal injury cases; including:

  • Car Accidents
  • Slip and Fall
  • Wrongful Death
  • Motorcycle Accidents
  • Dog Bites
  • Defective Products
  • Head Injuries
  • Concussions
  • Truck Accidents
  • Premises Liability
  • Catastrophic Injuries
  • Crime Victims
  • Workplace Injuries
  • Spinal Cord Injuries

I Was Injured, What am I Entitled To?

Every personal injury case is different.  When you are injured, Pennsylvania law allows for a wide range of compensation; including,

  • Medical Care
  • Pain and Suffering
  • Ongoing Care
  • Lost Wages
  • Future Lost Income
  • Property Damage
  • Loss of Consortium

How Much Is My Personal Injury Case In Latrobe Worth?

Before you can determine what a case is worth, you have to determine what injuries you sustained and the prognosis for those injuries.


Sometimes, injuries are not readily apparent. Clients with concussions may not know that they suffer from post-concussive syndrome for months. Don’t settle your case without knowing what your full injuries are. 

Our personal injury team gives free consultations for personal injury cases where we can provide a case evaluation. We will discuss your injuries, your treatment, and review your medical records. This directs us to see whether or not all of your injuries have been addressed. We often recommend that our clients undergo an additional medical examine just to make sure that there are no additional injuries.

Bononi & Company, Personal Injury Lawyers Working For You

Your recovery is the most important part of a personal injury case.

Our firm has a client focused approach that views your recovery and an award to you for full monetary compensation as the only acceptable outcome for a personal injury case. Aggressively advocating for our clients, we do not simply accept what an insurance company wants to settle for. We demand for full compensation for our clients. Insurance companies are large corporations that do not want to pay you a cent more than they have to.

It’s your injury. It’s your recovery. You deserve to be compensated.

Were You In A Car Accident in Latrobe?

Whether you were rear-ended on Route 981 or involved in a head-on collision on Route 30, you deserve compensation. Car Accidents are perhaps the most common type of personal injury case. Our personal injury team’s attention to detail

Serving The Community In Latrobe

Our firm opened its office in Latrobe for two reasons:

1) to better serve the Latrobe Community; and,

2) to get back to our roots.

Two of our attorneys, Corey J. Sacca, Esquire and Marco F. Sylvania, Esquire, are graduates of Greater Latrobe Senior High School. When they meet clients in our Latrobe office and talk about where they were injured and what doctors they are seeing, Attorney Sacca and Attorney Sylvania have personal knowledge of the people and places around Latrobe. This gives our firm an advantage.

When a case goes to trial, being able to explain the details of the accident through their own experiences can be the difference between receiving full monetary compensation or not.

Will I Be Responsible For My Medical Bills?

Speaking with a personal injury attorney in your community can help you determine who is responsible for what medical bill. Who is responsible for your medical bill depends on how you were injured and by who?

For instance, if you were injured in a car accident, your insurance may be responsible for some, if not all, of your medical bills depending on what kind of coverage you have.

Part of handling a personal injury case is not just seeking full compensation by the person that hurt you, but also making sure your own insurance company lives up to the promises they made to you.  

Worried About Cost? There Is No Fee Unless You Win.

A Contingency Fee is the industry standard for a Personal Injury Attorneys. This means that unless we help you recover money, you do not have to pay for attorney’s fees out of your pocket. The no upfront cost allows you to have a personal injury attorney in your corner without having to make an upfront investment.

Why Hire A Latrobe Firm & Not One I See On TV?

NATIONALLY RECOGNIZED ATTORNEYS: Attorneys at Bononi and Company are recognized by National organizations such as Super Lawyers and the National Trial Lawyers.

RESPECTED LOCALLY: Our Firm was chosen as one of Westmoreland County’s Best Law Firms by the Tribune Review.

PROVEN RESULTS – The Million Dollar Advocates Forum (MDAF) selected Marco F. Sylvania, Esquire as a member. The MDAF only extends membership to attorneys who have won a judgment or settled a case in the amount of ONE MILLION DOLLARS or more

At Bononi and Company, you will not be “assigned” an attorney, you will work directly with the attorney you want from our personal injury team. Our staff includes attorneys, full time accountants, paralegals, legal assistants, and administrative assistance. We are prepared to go up against the largest insurance companies at any time. 

Call Us For A Free Consultation

We know that you didn’t choose to be injured. That’s why we give free consultations. Its important that you know what options you have before you make any decisions regarding your case.

Our personal injury team can meet with you at our Greensburg office, our Latrobe office, our Irwin office, or our Johnstown office.

Call us at 724-832-2499, text directly to 724-858-2744, or contact us online through our email form so that our team can guide you through what steps to take next.


The information you obtain at this site is not, nor is it intended to be, legal advice. You should consult an attorney for advice regarding your individual situation. We invite you to contact us and welcome your calls, letters and electronic mail. Contacting us does not create an attorney-client relationship. Please do not send any confidential information to us until such time as an attorney-client relationship has been established.

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