Firm Overview

 

 

An Attorney with A Reputation for Quality and a Track Record of Successful Results

     Attorney Joseph Nypaver is an established Blair County personal injury lawyer fighting for full and just compensation for the injured people of Pennsylvania

     Whether you've suffered physical injury because of the reckless actions of another in a drunk driving accident or truck crash, or from a workplace accident  or illness, I am dedicated to your financial and physical recovery.

     After many years of practicing law at Serbin, Kovacs & Nypaver, LLP what has never changed is my commitment to quality legal service that meets the needs of our clients.  I take pride in getting results in court and in negotiations that make a difference in my clients' lives.

     Many of my clients come to my law firm through referrals from satisfied clients living in our communities and from other attorneys who know of my reputation for aggressive representation. I am not afraid to tackle tough cases—even ground-breaking cases. If my client has suffered physical, psychological, or financial injury, they deserve justice and full compensation. That's why I am here.

     Click here  to read what some of my past clients have to say about me.

     With over 25 years of experience, personal injury lawyer Joe Nypaver takes personal injury and product liability suits to court, as well as helping people who have been treated unfairly by their insurance company with bad faith insurance claims. Attorney Nypaver is an Advocate of the National College of Advocacy. Mr. Nypaver is a veteran of the U.S. Army having served four years with the 101st Airborne Division. He is extensively involved in charitable and educational efforts in the community.

     Contact Joseph J. Nypaver, Attorney at Law, L.L.C.  for a free initial consultation. Regular office hours are 9 am to 5 pm, Monday through Friday.  Hospital and home visits can be arranged for injured clients who cannot come to the office. All cases are taken on a contingency fee basis. This means you pay no attorney's fees unless money damages are recovered for you.