The borough of Kingston, Pennsylvania, was named after a town in Rhode Island. The first public school in Pennsylvania was located in Kingston. The borough is also home to the prestigious college prep school Wyoming Seminary, which was founded in 1844. Like many towns in Luzerne County, Kingston was affected by flooding from Hurricane Agnes in 1972. The town is the setting of the 2013 film “The English Teacher,” though the movie was not filmed there.
The Kingston personal injury lawyers at Munley Law know how hard the people of Kingston work to put food on the table. And when a person is injured while on the job, there are many concerns that come to mind. How will I pay my medical expenses? Will I be fired because I was hurt? Will I ever work again? This is why Munley Law fights so hard for its clients throughout Luzerne County.
Our staff includes lawyers, paralegals and other professionals who are specially trained to assist in the investigation, development, negotiation, and trials of personal injury cases throughout Pennsylvania. Our Kingston personal injury lawyers have won millions of dollars in settlements and trial verdicts, including numerous multimillion-dollar cases. We are named by the U.S. News & World Report as one of the Best Law Firms in 2015, are Million Dollar and Multi-Million Dollar Advocates, and have been named Pennsylvania Super Lawyers.
If you have been in a workplace accident or were injured in an auto accident in Kingston, don’t wait. Contact the Kingston personal injury lawyers at Munley Law today for a free consultation.