Once the center of the anthracite coal region, Luzerne County has played a major part in America’s history. The site of the Pennamite-Yankee War in 1769, Luzerne County is known as the last county whose sheriff had legally formed a posse in 1897 to restore order during a time of unrest. In 1959, the infamous Knox Mine disaster occurred in Luzerne County’s Jenkins Township, a mine collapse that had claimed the lives of 12 people and had ended mining in the area once and for all.
One of the most dangerous highways in Northeastern Pennsylvania runs straight through the county — I-81. Many tractor trailers take this highway while traveling to destinations throughout the tri-state area. Unfortunately, many truck drivers are speeding or driving in a reckless manner. On any given day, an automobile accident can claim someone’s life on this road. Where can you turn to?
The Luzerne County personal injury lawyers at Munley Law have been helping their clients throughout the county with their personal injury claims. Whether you’ve been injured while on the job in Wilkes-Barre, have lost a loved one because of someone else’s negligence in Pittston, or got into an accident with a tractor trailer in Hazleton, our dedicated staff is ready to assist you in your lawsuit.
If you live in Luzerne County and are injured, don’t delay. Contact the Luzerne County personal injury lawyers at Munley Law today for a free consultation.
Here are some communities we proudly serve in Luzerne County:
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