The largest county in Pennsylvania with Williamsport as its county seat, Lycoming County is home to Little League Baseball. This county once took up most of the land in north central Pennsylvania before being divided into 17 separate counties. Lycoming County was home to the Muncy Abolition Riot of 1842 when 13 men had rioted at a schoolhouse where an abolitionist speaker had spoken out against slavery. Daniel Hughes ran a portion of the Underground Railroad out of Lycoming County, transporting escaped slaves up the Susquehanna River.
Some of Pennsylvania’s most dangerous roadways are located in Lycoming County. With heavy truck traffic crossing through the county on I-80 and I-99, 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.
For more than 55 years, the Lycoming County personal injury lawyers at Munley Law have been helping accident victims throughout Pennsylvania. We understand how devastating it can be to you and your family after getting into an accident because of someone else’s negligence. That’s why we won’t accept any fees from you until we win your case. Whether you’ve been injured in a truck accident, had an on-the-job injury, or lost a loved one because of someone’s carelessness, our family of attorneys will not rest until you are properly compensated for your loss.
If you or a loved one was injured in an accident in Lycoming County, PA, don’t delay. Contact the Lycoming County personal injury lawyers at Munley Law now for a free consultation.
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