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Northeastern Pennsylvania injury victims trust O'Malley & Langan law firm
Pennsylvania personal injury lawyers at O'Malley & Langan Law Offices understand people need to reach an attorney immediately if they've been injured in an accident at work, home or on the road. That's why we're available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
We believe clients deserve an attorney who pays attention to their needs. You won't get the runaround when you contact us. You'll discover a team of accomplished Northeastern Pennsylvania attorneys prepared to do what it takes to win your case.
What's the secret to our success? We know the laws, and we know the area. We're from here, and we live here. Attorney Todd O'Malley was born and raised in Scranton. He understands this region inside out. There's no substitute for that kind of knowledge. We're on your team.
Our goal is simple - to get you the compensation you deserve. Expect more
People don't want excuses when they're dealing with a serious legal issue. They want results. Our attorneys understand this, which is a big reason why we work so hard on every case we handle at O'Malley & Langan. We do not rest until justice is served.
We take every case personally at O'Malley & Langan. We listen to our clients' needs. We respond to their requests. We respect people as individuals. We don't take a one-size-fits-all approach to every case. We work closely to develop a legal strategy that's right for you.
Don't settle for less than you rightfully deserve for your injury accident. Demand justice. Contact O'Malley & Langan right now. Call (866) 326-0100 and schedule a free case evaluation. The sooner you contact us, the sooner we can help you get your life back on track.
We handle cases throughout Pennsylvania, including the counties of Lackawanna, Luzerne, Bradford, Schuykill, Lehigh, Monroe, Wyoming and Wayne.
Available when you need us most at three convenient locations
Offices located Scranton, Pittston, and Towanda
Scranton, PA 18503
Fax: (570) 344-6199
Our office is located at the corner of Franklin Avenue and Spruce Street in Downtown Scranton, Pennsylvania, a city known to many as the home of the Dunder-Mifflin Paper Company, the fictional company featured on NBC's Emmy-winning comedy, The Office. But Scranton has a long, rich history dating back much further, and the city continues to thrive and forge its own independent path. Named after Seldon T. and George W. Scranton, the city's industrious founders of the Delaware, Lackawanna and Western Railroad (DL&W), Scranton quickly became one of the world's leading producers of clean-burning anthracite coal in the late 1800s and early 1900s. In 1886, Scranton built the nation's first continuously-operating electrified streetcar system, earning the nickname "The Electric City." Scranton hosts one of the country's largest, most famous St. Patrick's Day parades, attracting thousands of visitors from around the world. In recent years, Scranton has experienced a renewed sense of revitalization as a number of popular shops, restaurants, hotels, businesses and cultural attractions have opened their doors and prospered in the heart of the city.
Pittston, PA 18640
Fax: (570) 883-1250
Pittston, Pennsylvania, is a charming, small city located along the edge of the beautiful Susquehanna River, often referred to as "The Mighty Susquehanna." In the early years, anthracite coal mining flourished and employed many of the immigrants who flocked to this city. Child labor laws were enacted nationwide in the early 1900s partly due to famous photographs taken by Lewis Hine of "breaker boys" separating coal in mines located in Pittston. The city's ethnic diversity is reflected in the wide range of churches located throughout city. Each year, Pittston hosts the Pittston Tomato Festival, a highly-anticipated, four-day event that attracts over 50,000 people each year to "The Tomato Capital."
Towanda, PA 18848
Fax: (570) 268-0947
Located inside a restored historic building in downtown Towanda, O'Malley & Langan attorneys serve clients from numerous outlying towns and villages. Scenic mountain ranges surround Towanda, which quickly becomes a picture-postcard rural landscape minutes from Main Street. Barns, hay bales and an occasional stand of sunflowers decorate the countryside. Farmers' fields stretch long and green across sweeping plains and gentle valleys. In recent years, Towanda has undergone a radical transformation. Oil and gas exploration and drilling now thrive in and around Towanda, due mainly to fracking drilling. Typical hometown challenges have given way to broader concerns about water quality, crop safety, livestock protection and more. A testament to the character of the people who have worked this land for generations, questions about "I" and "My" are turning into heartfelt concerns about "We" and "Us" as methane continues to bubble up in and around the Susquehanna, threatening homes, health and livelihoods of this and future generations.