The Northampton County Bar Association and the Northampton Community College co-sponsor a program annually each fall, which provides an overview of different types of law, the inner workings of the court system, and the legal perspective on issues of the day to lay people. Volunteers are invited to share their knowledge on the broad range of topics covered. Christopher Reid of Hof & Reid LLC , a civil litigation attorney with 14 years of litigation experience with an office in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, who focuses his practice on personal injury claims representing plaintiffs, accepted an invitation to speak at the People's Law School on Thursday, October 17, 2013, on the topic of Civil Litigation. His presentation was well received.
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Christopher Reid of Hof & Reid LLC, a Bethlehem civil litigation attorney with 14 years of experience focused on personal injury claims representing plaintiffs, has accepted an invitation to speak at the National Business Institute's Seminar, titled "Litigating the Uninsured or Underinsured Motorist Claim," on Tuesday, October 29, 2013, in Allentown. Christopher Reid will specifically address the sub-topic of subrogation concerns when handling such cases.
An explosion at the Victaulic Plant in Lower Macungie resulted in serious injuries to multiple workers at the plant. Christopher Reid of Hof & Reid LLC , filed personal injury lawsuits on behalf of two such Victaulic blast victims, one of whom suffered very serious burn and physical injuries and both of whom suffered psychological injuries. The lawsuits involved allegations of negligence and products liability against the companies that designed, manufactured, installed, and serviced the foundry equipment at the Victaulic Plant. Settlements were reached with four of the six companies named in the lawsuits.