Posted April 4th, 2017 by Munley Law.
Mulcahey and Munley Obtain Justice for Victim in Truck Accident Case
Munley Law has reached a $1.7 million settlement in a truck accident case stemming from a Bradford County truck crash in 2015. Truck accident lawyers John Mulcahey and Caroline Munley represented plaintiff Todd Williams of Oklahoma, who was severely injured in the crash.
On January 16, 2015, at approximately 10 a.m., Williams was traveling westbound on State Route 467 in Orwell Township, PA. Defendant Donald Nealis was traveling eastbound, driving a truck owned by his employer, Northeast Builder and Design, Inc. Nealis crossed into the westbound lane of travel, hitting Williams head-on. Williams suffered traumatic brain injury, multiple broken bones, and other serious injuries.
Attorney John Mulcahey notes that this settlement holds Nealis and his employer, Northeast Builder and Design, Inc., accountable for the reckless and negligent conduct that led to this crash. […]Read More
Posted June 1st, 2016 by Munley Law.
Munley Law recently announced a $1.9 million settlement in a case stemming from a tractor trailer accident in 2013. Attorneys Marion Munley, Bob Munley, and Caroline Munley represented plaintiffs Michael Holder, Jr. and Heather Williams whose father Michael Karl Holder was killed in the accident.
On April 10, 2013, at approximately 3:00 a.m., defendant Wilfredo Suarez was driving west on Interstate 80 when at least one tire on his trailer blew out. An electrical system malfunction, due to poor maintenance, caused all of the trailer’s lights to fail. Suarez turned the vehicle around and began traveling east on I-80 at a rate of 12-18 miles per hour, with flat tires and no lights, posing a serious risk to other drivers.
Michael Karl Holder was traveling east on I-80 in Wolf Creek Township, Mercer County, PA, at approximately 3:30 a.m. when he encountered the defendant. […]Read More
Posted June 2nd, 2015 by Munley Law.
Munley Law is pleased to announce that seven of its attorneys have been named to the 2015 list of Pennsylvania Super Lawyers, an honor awarded to the top five percent of lawyers in Pennsylvania. In addition, Marion Munley has been named among the Top 50 Women Lawyers in Pennsylvania by PA Super Lawyers.
As of this year, all of our attorneys have been named Pennsylvania Super Lawyers.
- Robert W. Munley, Sr., Personal Injury – General: Plaintiff, Personal Injury – Products: Plaintiff
- Marion K. Munley, Personal Injury – General: Plaintiff, Personal Injury – Medical Malpractice: Plaintiff
- Daniel W. Munley, Personal Injury – General: Plaintiff, Personal Injury – Products: Plaintiff
- Christopher Munley, Personal Injury – General: Plaintiff
- Julia K. Munley, Personal Injury – General: Plaintiff, Social Security Disability, Workers’ Compensation
- John M. […]
Posted October 30th, 2014 by Munley Law.
Man struck by two separate tractor trailers causing permanent injuries
On Friday, October 24, a $3.8 million settlement was reached weeks before it was scheduled to be tried in a Lackawanna County court. Kyle Kelly filed suit against two trucking companies and their drivers following a crash that occurred in July of 2010, in the southbound lanes of Interstate 380 near the Pocono Pines exit. Kelly alleged that both drivers and their companies were negligent.
Kelly, then 23, was traveling home from work on Interstate 380 southbound at around 3:30 a.m. when his vehicle was struck by a tractor-trailer owned by Proud 2 Haul and operated by Isabel Lopez. While traveling in the northbound lane of Interstate 380, Lopez took his eyes off the road to look for a lost apple. He then lost control of his tractor-trailer, crossed the median, […]Read More
PA Car Accident Attorney Says Expected Increase in Fourth of July Car Travel Raises Need to Keep Safety in Mind
Posted July 2nd, 2012 by Munley Law.
Scranton, PA, June 29, 2012 — Pennsylvania car accident lawyer Caroline Munley today urged the state’s residents to keep safety in mind as decreasing gas prices fuel an expected upsurge in drivers on the road this July 4th holiday.
“As more people hit the road to celebrate Independence Day and for early summer vacations, the increase in traffic congestion raises the need to be mindful of safe driving practices,” said Munley, managing partner of the Pennsylvania personal injury firm of Munley Law in Scranton.
“We urge travelers to refrain from fatigued driving, drinking and driving and distracted driving, such as using cell phones for talking or texting while driving, which are all major causes of car accidents,” she said.
The AAA auto club said it expects 42.3 million Americans to travel more than 50 miles from home over the Independence Day period, […]Read More