Posted December 12th, 2013 by Munley Law.
How much may you have to pay a Pennsylvania Injury Lawyer to help you?
Here’s something that may make you feel better if you’re fretting about getting a Pennsylvania Injury Lawyer involved in your case: Pennsylvania Injury Lawyers work on a contingency fee basis; this means that they don’t make any money unless they win your case. So you don’t have to worry at all about paying them out of pocket.
Another reason you shouldn’t worry about talking to a Pennsylvania Injury Lawyer:
You can call a Pennsylvania Injury Lawyer at Munley Law anytime, or come into our office and talk to us – all for free. We know you have questions, and we can answer as many as you’d like. We don’t bill by the hour, we’re not out to take money from you; as injury lawyers in Pennsylvania, our job is to deal with the insurance companies – […]Read More
Posted December 1st, 2013 by Munley Law.
A subcontracted nurse who had been treating a patient affiliated with Hospice St. John, has received compensation for emotional distress after being pricked with a needle that had been used on her patient. The nurse was unaware that her patient, who passed away shortly after the incident, had AIDS.
The jury found Hospice St. John partially responsible and awarded the nurse with a $150,000.00 verdict. Attorney Marion Munley, from the law form of Munley Law, represented the nurse in the week long trial.
“We are very pleased the jury held Hospice St. John accountable for the emotional duress suffered by our client. After the incident she lived in constant fear that she might contract AIDS. Fortunately she didn’t, but withholding that type of information is not acceptable,” stated Attorney Munley.
Congratulations to Marion Munley who was named as a finalist for the Scranton Chamber’s Woman of Excellence Sage Award
Posted September 27th, 2013 by Munley Law.
The Greater Scranton Chamber of Commerce just announced that Marion Munley is a finalist for the 2013 Woman of Excellence Sage Award. This award honors a woman whose character, conduct, service, leadership and achievements, personally and professionally, contribute to the current and future development of the greater Scranton community. The award winner will be announced at The Chamber Gala on November 11.
Posted September 25th, 2013 by Munley Law.
Five attorneys from the Munley Law firm have been selected by their peers for inclusion in The Best Lawyers in America 2014. Best Lawyers is the oldest and most highly-respected peer review guide to the legal profession worldwide. Robert W. Munley, Sr. and Marion Munley were selected in the fields of Personal Injury Litigation – Plaintiffs, and Product Liability Litigation – Plaintiffs. Robert W. Munley, III and Daniel W. Munley were selected in the field of Personal Injury Litigation – Plaintiffs. James Christopher Munley was selected in the field of Workers’ Compensation Law – Claimants.
History Speaks For It’s Self
For more than 55 years, the family of lawyers at Munley Law have been helping clients all over the country with their claims. Munley Law has proven time and again to be leaders in truck accident litigation, workers’ compensation, and personal injury litigation. […]Read More
Posted August 28th, 2013 by Munley Law.
Crash caused by airplane’s faulty fuel gauges
Seventeen passengers were killed in a plane crashed in Bear Creek Township in Luzerne County. The plane was a charter flight operated by Executive Airlines. It ran out of fuel on the flight from Atlantic City to Wilkes-Barre / Scranton Airport, causing the crash. The fuel gauges were determined to be defective, and the pilots ignored other warnings of low fuel.
Executive Airlines and BAE Systems, the plane manufacturer, combined for a settlement of $32,250,000, the largest personal injury settlement in the history of Luzerne County. After legal fees and expenses, 17 families will split approximately $24.845 million. The families will receive different amounts, depending on age, work status, and other factors.
The firm of Munley Law represented the families of some of the victims.
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