Atty Joseph Burke, Executive Director of the Wilkes Barre Law & Library Association, recently presented $500 to Luzerne County Dress for Success from The Wilkes Barre Law & Library Charitable Foundation. The donation was received by Linda Armstrong, as Executive Director and Founder, and Atty Cathy O’Donnell, as acting Chairperson, of the Luzerne County Dress […]
Atty Cathy O’Donnell was recently in the newspaper with her fellow volunteers for the Disco & Diamonds fundraiser for Luzerne County Dress for Success to be held on Thursday, August 25th 5:30PM to 7:30PM at Mohegan Sun Casino.
Congratulations to Atty Catherine R. O’Donnell on being named an ALM 2016 Top Rated Lawyer in Trust & Estates. She also received this award in 2014 & 2015.
We are pleased to announce the American Institute of Personal Injury Attorneys has recognized O’Donnell Law Office as a “10 Best Law Firm for Client Satisfaction” for 2 consecutive years.
On Saturday July 9th, Attys Neil & Michael O’Donnell played in the McGlynn Center Golf Tournament at Edgewood in the Pines, Drums, PA. Michael O’Donnell actually won the longest drive of the Tournament. The McGlynn Center provides a safe and welcoming place for the children and youth who reside at the Boulevard Townhomes and Mineral […]
The Pennsylvania State Legislature is considering taking a “loan” from the State Workers Insurance Fund in order to “balance” the State budget. The Fund is already at a deficit. This “loan” could put injured workers at further risk in the future. Please contact your State Representative, and tell him or her this is not the […]
Congratulations to the O’Donnell Law Office on Martindale-Hubbell Bar Register of Preeminent Lawyers accepting the office listing Atty Neil T. O’Donnell as a member of the Register. The Martindale-Hubbell Bar Register Preeminent Lawyers is exclusive to AV Preeminent Attorneys–those who have achieved the Highest Possible Peer Review Rating in both Legal Ability and Ethical Standards.
When food companies put profits before safety, and the regulatory system proves unable to force change, it falls to the civil justice system to protect consumers. Lawsuits have proven to be the most effective, and sometimes the only, mechanism for deterring negligent behavior and rooting out the systemic problems in the food chain. https://www.justice.org/node/234695
Last week Atty Neil O’Donnell asked for feedback on what people thought about the USGA assessing a penalty stroke against Dustin Johnson during the US Open. Well, a week later, it looks like the golfers think the penalty should not have been assessed, while the non-golfer spectators think the USGA was right. http://ow.ly/BQr3301xc5i
With the warm weather, comes garage and yard sales. While there may be lots of good deals-one item that is not recommended to be purchased is a child safety seat. There is no way insure that the seat can be properly installed, was never involved in an accident ,or so worn as to no longer […]