Ashland, Pennsylvania is actually in two counties – a small part of the borough is located in Columbia County as well as Schuylkill County. It was named for former U.S. Senator Henry Clay’s estate, located near Lexington, Kentucky. Ashland is known for Mothers’ Memorial – a bronze statue that is a reproduction of the famous Whistler painting “An Arrangement in Grey and Black No. 1,” also known as “Whistler’s Mother.” Ashland is also known for Pioneer Tunnel, a tourist attraction featuring a tour of a coal mine on mine cars. Ashland is used as a detour from the original highway that use to lead to the now-abandoned town of Centralia, where an underground coal mine fire has been burning since 1962.
If you are injured because of someone else’s negligence, you’re going to need a lawyer who is ready to fight for your rights. The Ashland personal injury lawyers at Munley Law have spent more than 55 years helping clients throughout Pennsylvania with their injury claims. Whether you were injured at work, got into a car accident, or even slipped and fell in an Ashland store, Munley Law is prepared to help you get back on your feet again. Our award-winning lawyers are experts in personal injury law and are invited to speak at many legal conferences around the nation.
If you were the victim of someone else’s carelessness, don’t wait another second. Contact the Ashland personal injury lawyers at Munley Law today for a free consultation. Remember, we don’t take a dime until we win your case.