Named for the Lackawanna River, Lackawanna County is only a few miles from the New York and New Jersey borders. As a former coal region, Lackawanna County has the largest vein of anthracite coal in the world underneath its communities. With Scranton as its county seat, Lackawanna County is home to several impressive colleges such as Baptist Bible College, Keystone College, the Commonwealth Medical College, Marywood University, and the University of Scranton. Lackawanna County is also home to the New York Yankees’ farm team, the Scranton/Wilkes-Barre RailRiders.
Lackawanna County is also home to some of the most dangerous highways in the state. With I-81 running through the majority of the county and the Pennsylvania Turnpike nearby, car and truck accidents are part of the normal routine in the county. Many residents have been injured on these dangerous highways, especially by out-of-state truck drivers in a hurry to reach their destination.
The Lackawanna County personal injury lawyers at Munley Law® Personal Injury Attorneys have been serving the people of Lackawanna County since Robert W. Munley opened our law firm more than 60 years ago. We know how devastating a terrible auto accident can be to our clients. That’s why we stop at nothing to make sure you get the compensation that you deserve after such an accident. Our attorneys are experts in auto and truck accident litigation — just take a look at our track record to see how we can help you.
If you’ve been injured in an accident in Lackawanna County, PA, don’t delay. Contact the Lackawanna County personal injury lawyers at Munley Law® Personal Injury Attorneys today for a free consultation.
Here are some communities we proudly serve in Lackawanna County:
Scranton | Carbondale | Dunmore | Olyphant | Jermyn | Simpson | Archbald | Jessup | Taylor | Blakely | La Plume | Thornhurst | Chinchilla | Mayfield | Throop | Clarks Green | Moosic | Vandling | Clarks Summit | Moscow | Waverly | Dalton | Mount Cobb | Dickson City | Old Forge