Armstrong County State Police Department Office

Armstrong County, Pennsylvania, located northeast of Pittsburgh, has a relatively low number of accidents each year, yet averages more than one accident each day.  In 2008, the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation reported 547 accidents, 8 of which were fatal and 259 of which resulted in injuries.

State Police at the Kittanning Station Investigate Accidents

Armstrong County, Pennsylvania accidents are often reported to and investigated by Troop D of the Pennsylvania State Police located at the Kittanning Station.

The contact information for the Armstrong County Pennsylvania State Police Department is as follows:

Armstrong County State Police Department Office

184 Nolte Drive

Kittanning, PA 16201

724-543-2011

How an Armstrong County Car Accident Lawyer Can Help You

An experienced Pennsylvania car accident lawyer can assess your case, investigate the cause of your accident and help you pursue damages for your injuries.  Over the past two decades, Pennsylvania accident attorney Jon Ostroff has helped more than 20,000 Pennsylvania personal injury victims recover damages.

Jon will negotiate on your behalf with the defendant’s insurance company.  If the insurance company is unwilling to settle quickly for fair and equitable damages then Jon will pursue a lawsuit against the defendant.

If you’ve been hurt, or if you’ve lost a loved one in an Armstrong County accident, then you shouldn’t have to bear the cost of those injuries alone.  Contact Jon Ostroff today for a free consultation.

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