O’Donnell Law Offices Welcomes Attorney Patrick Scanlon

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Kingston, Pennsylvania personal injury law firm O’Donnell Law Offices is pleased to announce veteran attorney Patrick M. Scanlon has joined its team of experienced and skilled personal injury and workers’ compensation attorneys. In his eight-year career, Patrick has championed individuals, families throughout the region, focusing on personal injury.

Patrick Scanlon

We are excited to have Patrick come on board and expand our growing practice,” said Neil T. O’Donnell, owner and founder of O’Donnell Law Offices.

“We are excited to have Patrick come on board and expand our growing practice,” said Neil T. O’Donnell, owner and founder of O’Donnell Law Offices. “Patrick has an outstanding reputation and significant experience with a wide range of legal transactions. Our law office has experienced steady growth over the last several years, and adding an energetic and talented law professional like Patrick will enhance our service offerings in Northeastern Pennsylvania.”

Mr. Scanlon has spent his career representing individuals and families.

Mr. Scanlon received his Juris Doctor from the Thomas M. Cooley Law School in Lansing, Michigan where he was an Honors Scholarship Recipient.

About O’Donnell Law Offices
O’Donnell Law Offices is a Northeastern Pennsylvania personal injury law firm which has successfully represented all types of personal injury claims, ranging from auto and trucking accidents to product liability claims, to medical malpractice and wrongful death claims. The firm is located in Kingston, Pennsylvania, and its superb team of attorneys provides top quality legal representation and unparalleled service to its clients and the community. O’Donnell Law has been representing clients for more than two decades, and in that time has received numerous awards and recognitions. Visit http://www.odonnell-law.com or call 570.821.5717 for more information on the firm.

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