To the west of New York and the east of Ohio sits the Pennsylvania county of Erie. Erie County is one of the ten Pennsylvania counties with the most miles of local roads. It has two cities, Erie and Corry as well as numerous boroughs and townships. In 2008, the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation reported 2,817 accidents in Erie County. Those accidents resulted in 31 deaths and 1,518 injuries.
State Police at the Corry, Erie and Girard Stations Investigate Accidents
Accidents in Erie County, PA are often reported to and investigated by Troop E of the Pennsylvania State Police in Corry, Erie and Girard.
The contact information for the Erie County Pennsylvania State Police Departments are, as follows:
11088 Route 6 East
Union City, PA 16438
4320 Iroquois Avenue
P.O. Box 1067
Erie, PA 16511
5950 Meadville Road
Girard, PA 16417
Recovering Damages for Erie County Accident Injuries
A car accident can result in significant physical and financial damages. If you’ve been hurt in an Erie County accident then you likely have questions. Our Pennsylvania personal injury lawyers understand that you want those questions answered as quickly as possible. That is why Ostroff Injury Law is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year.
Not only are we available to our clients, we are experienced in Pennsylvania personal injury law. Pennsylvania accident lawyer Jon Ostroff has helped more than 20,000 injured people recover damages over the past 20 years.
Call Jon today and ask for a free case evaluation if you’ve been injured in an Erie County crash.