Named for a county in northern England, Northumberland County is known as the home of Joseph Priestley, a chemist who had left England in 1796 because of religious persecution. The home that Priestley resided in is now a historical museum. Known as the “Mother of Counties,” 29 counties in Pennsylvania had originated from Northumberland County. Located along the Susquehanna River, Northumberland County is part of was part of the coal region in the 1800s.
Northumberland County has one of the busiest highways running through it — I-80. This interstate, which goes from coast to coast, is the site of many motor vehicle accidents, especially accidents involving tractor trailers. In a hurry to reach their destination, these truck drivers will drive on little to no sleep and will endanger anyone who is on the road with them. What will happen if you get into a tractor trailer accident with them?
You call the Northumberland County personal injury lawyers at Munley Law. Our attorneys have spent years fighting on the behalf of their clients in tractor trailer accidents. Our lawyers have been on several committees for trucking legislation and have helped write some of the laws in Pennsylvania. With our dedicated staff, Munley Law will make sure you receive the compensation that you deserve.
If you have been injured by someone else’s negligence in Northumberland County, don’t delay. Contact the Northumberland County personal injury lawyers at Munley Law today for a free consultation.