Community Involvement - O'Malley & Langan Law Firm Proudly Supports You
Actively involved in organizations that matter to residents of Northeastern Pennsylvania
Many law firms claim they care about their community. We do more than just talk. We're involved. Our attorneys grew up here, live here, volunteer here and make Northeastern Pennsylvania a better place to live.
We know what matters to our clients because we work tirelessly for them. Every case matters at O'Malley & Langan. Whether you're dealing with a workers' compensation accident in Scranton, a fracking accident in Towanda or a car accident in Hazleton, we can help.
Put your trust in a law firm that cares. Contact O'Malley & Langan. Call (866) 326-0100 and schedule a free case evaluation. We take the time to learn about every individual case, then carefully craft a legal strategy designed to get you the compensation you rightfully deserve.
Proud to participate in the lives of people throughout Pennsylvania
Organizations, charities and events O'Malley & Langan participates in throughout Northeastern Pennsylvania and across the country include:
The Bill Bursis Foundation for Spinal Cord Research
Bill, a longtime friend of Todd's who suffers from a spinal cord injury, handles his situation with both grace and dignity. It was on his behalf that Todd decided to become one of the founding members of this Foundation. Each year, Todd, his family, associates and a growing group of supporters rally together during a kayak adventure entitled, "The Up the River Without a Paddle Fundraiser." Participants spend four days kayaking or canoeing down the Susquehanna River in an inspiring, exciting group endeavor that culminates in a public After-Party at the Waterfront Cabana at Cooper's in Pittston. To support the Foundation, you can join us on the river, sponsor a participant or purchase tickets to the After-Party. All donations go to the Miami Project for Spinal Cord Research.
Friendship House is dedicated to providing programs and services designed to enhance the emotional, behavioral and social well-being of children and families in the Pennsylvania communities we serve.
This 24-hour relay event is close to our hearts. Since it was first held here in Northeastern Pennsylvania, we have been active in supporting the cause, raising in excess of $25,000 to date.
The Buddy Walk is an international, walk-a-thon style event created to benefit the National Down Syndrome Association by raising funds and awareness. Here in Scranton, the local walk is organized by one of our employees, Sara Wolff. We are so pleased that Sara has been honored with the Association's "National Down Syndrome Young Woman of the Year" award.
EOTC is a private, nonprofit corporation that provides parent-child education and workforce services in the Lackawanna County area. Focused on promoting family stability and economic self-sufficiency, EOTC makes a positive difference in the lives of approximately 2,000 men, women and children every year.
Catholic Social Services served 17,008 of your neighbors in fiscal year 2010. Through collaborative community projects (HUGSS - Helping Us Give School Supplies, Coats for Kids, Thanksgiving Blessing and Project Homeless Connect) an additional 9,759 clients were served.
Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure is fighting every minute of every day to finish what we started and achieve our vision of a world without breast cancer. To support this important effort, the staff at O'Malley & Langan Law Offices on Sept. 20, 2014, participated as a team in the 5k run/fitness walk.
Non-profit organization devoted to fighting for the rights of workers throughout the United States. Attorney Todd J. O'Malley serves on the Board of Directors for Interfaith Worker Justice. Interfaith Worker Justice mobilizes people of faith and works to advocate in support of economic justice and worker rights at the local, state and national levels.