By Bill O’Boyle | September 25, 2018 timesleader
Anzalone Law Offices fights for victims of sexual abuse and we would like to express our gratitude to the PA House of Representatives for doing the same. Please call your Senator and encourage them to follow the House’s lead and give sexual abuse victims a chance to be heard.
WILKES-BARRE — When the votes were tallied Tuesday and Senate Bill 261 was approved by the Pennsylvania House of Representatives, Rep. Mark Rozzi, sponsor of two amendments to the bill, told his colleagues to “go home and be proud and let people know you stood with victims.”
The Anzalone Law Offices were proud to sponsor the 67th Annual UNICO Football All-Star Game on Friday June 1, 2018.
We are pleased to announce a donation by UNICO of $31,000.00 to local charities. The attached memo is a list of those we would like to thank for making it possible. Thank you again and we will see you next June for the 68th!!
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.
Congratulations to Anzalone Law Offices for being chosen as One Of The Best Law Firms for Citizens Voice Readers Choice Awards. Congratulations to all winners and thank you to all voters!
Attorneys Jamie Anzalone, kelly Ciravolo and Patrick Doyle spent the day advocating for victims’ rights in Harrisburg with the Pennsylvania Association of Justice.
By Patrick Kernan – firstname.lastname@example.org | March 17th, 2018
WILKES-BARRE — An amended complaint filed this week suggests that a former Wilkes-Barre General Hospital doctor was not only negligent when he accidentally killed a patient, but was also improperly credentialed and even mentally unfit.
By Patrick Kernan – email@example.com | March 28th, 2018
WILKES-BARRE — A lawsuit recently filed in Luzerne County alleges that Geisinger Wyoming Valley Medical Center is responsible for the 2017 death of a 16-day-old premature infant.
A truck driver who said a medical condition caused him to black out before a crash that killed two Italian tourists and their bus driver in Pennsylvania’s Pocono Mountains has been charged in the deadly crash.
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.
BY BOB KALINOWSKI (STAFF WRITER) / PUBLISHED: MARCH 29, 2014
Attorneys for survivors of a woman killed last year at the Sherman Hills Apartments are seeking an injunction to stop the sale of the troubled apartment complex in Wilkes-Barre.