York County State Police Department

York County, Pennsylvania is a dangerous place to drive.  York County ranks in the top 10 of Pennsylvania’s 67 counties for population, the most miles of state highways, the most miles of local roads and streets, the most reported traffic crashes, and the most reported traffic fatalities.  In 2008, the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation reported 4,659 accidents in York County.  2,276 of those accidents resulted in injuries and 50 accidents resulted in fatalities.

State Police at the York Station Investigate Accidents

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

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

York County State Police York

110 Trooper Court

York, PA  17403


Contact an Experienced York County Crash Lawyer After a York County Accident

You have a lot at stake after an accident.  Your potential legal recovery can provide you with the financial compensation that you need to get the necessary medical care for your physical recovery and to support your family.

York County accident lawyer Jon Ostroff fights hard for the full and fair recovery of each of his clients.  Over the past 20 years, he has helped more than 20,000 people recover damages for their personal injuries.  Few personal injury lawyers share Jon’s experience.

Call Jon today for a free consultation if you’ve been hurt or a loved one has been killed in a Pennsylvania crash and learn how an experienced Pennsylvania accident lawyer can help you.


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