Recently, H.R. 3781, the INSURANCE Act, was introduced in Congress but did not pass the House. This bill would have increased the minimum amount of required trucking insurance from $750,000.00 to $4.9 million to account for medical cost inflation from 1980-2019. As it stands right now, a tractor trailer can operate on the roadways with…
The Attorneys and Staff of Anzalone Law Offices, LLC extend best wishes for a healthy, happy and safe holiday season.
Attorney Patrick Doyle was honored to speak at the Northeastern Pennsylvania Trial Lawyers Trial Advocacy series on corporate negligence. NEPTLA is a trial lawyer organization committed to protecting victims’ rights.
Attorney Jamie Anzalone was honored to be a speaker at the American Association for Justice’s Trucking Litigation Group in Florida this week. The Trucking Litigation Group of AAJ is a nationwide organization of truck accident attorneys who have made our highways safer.
Dr. William F. Anzalone, Jr. and Attorney Jane Smedley Anzalone celebrated the completion of their year as United Way Campaign Co- Chairs at the breakfast kick-off for United Way of Wyoming Valley’s Day of Caring. This year’s campaign proudly raised $3,532,100.00. These funds are used to combat and reduce Childhood poverty.
JAMES HALPIN / PUBLISHED: OCTOBER 21, 2016 WILKES-BARRE — Geisinger Wyoming Valley Medical Center has reached an $800,000 settlement with the widow of a city man who died of a blood clot in the lung mere minutes after leaving the hospital.
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…
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.
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