BY REBEKAH BROWN (STAFF WRITER) / PUBLISHED: MARCH 15, 2014
For the families of two late Naval Reservists, a jury’s award of more than $7 million Friday represented justice.
BY BOB KALINOWSKI (STAFF WRITER) / PUBLISHED: NOVEMBER 12, 2011
The parents of a teenager killed in July in an alcohol-related rollover crash on a gravel road leading to a private lake in Fairview Township have filed a wrongful death lawsuit in Luzerne County Court.
Anzalone Law Offices expands into commercial litigation and estate law.
Anzalone Law Offices is pleased to announce that in addition to its long standing tradition of representing injured plaintiffs, it is expanding its practice to include all aspects of commercial litigation and estate law. Anzalone Law Offices welcomes Jane Smedley Anzalone, Esq. to its team to chair its newly established commercial law department.
The United Way of Wyoming Valley has announced the co-chairs for its 2017-2018 annual campaign will be husband and wife, William Anzalone Jr. and Jane Smedley Anzalone of Shavertown.
WILKES-BARRE — An 87-year-old woman who broke her legs after falling out of bed at an embattled nursing home has filed a federal lawsuit alleging negligence on the part of her caretaker.
Della Bednarczyk filed suit this week against the former Golden LivingCenter — East Mountain at 101 E. Mountain Blvd., Plains Twp., alleging she sustained a cut to her head, fractured femurs and bruising after the fall she sustained on Oct. 1.
The Northeastern Pennsylvania Alumni Chapter of The Dickinson School of Law of the Pennsylvania State University, Dickinson Law, held its annual reception and dinner on Tuesday, May 16,
The Association for the Blind’s Golf Committee is preparing for its fifth annual Chip in for Sight Tournament, to be held Monday, June 5,
The GOP has long had the brand of being the party of states’ rights and minimalist federal government — it’s no wonder that Paul Ryan has been thinking about sending Medicaid back
“So, I told the coroner I had to unzip his body bag and look at the clothes that he was wearing from the night before; and that’s what I did. That’s how I identified my son.”
WILKES-BARRE — The family of a Nanticoke man who died in the care of Wilkes-Barre General Hospital filed suit this week alleging a doctor broke his neck,