Justice for All. One Case at a Time.
Our team of Kingston & Luzerne County personal injury lawyers has vast experience in numerous practice areas and will work diligently to meet and exceed your needs along with the assistance of our dedicated support staff. To learn more about the education and accomplishments of our attorneys, we invite you to follow the links provided below.
Neil O’Donnell is a Board Certified Civil Trial Specialist and past President of the Northeastern Pennsylvania Trial Lawyers Association. He serves as a frequent lecturer on civil litigation topics.
Practice Areas: Personal Injury Law; Product Liability Law; Workers’ Compensation Law, Bad Faith; Premises Liability; Truck Collisions
Cathy O’Donnell is the Vice President of the Wilkes-Barre Law & Library Association (Luzerne County Bar); Chairperson Luzerne County Dress for Success; a member of the Board of Directors United Way Wyoming Valley; and a member of the Board of Directors for Junior Leadership of Wilkes-Barre. She is an MBA, member of the D.C. Bar, and served as a District Justice from 2000 to January 2002. In addition to her practice areas, Cathy serves as the O’Donnell Law Offices Business Manager.
Practice Areas: Estate Planning; Estate Administration; Orphans Court Practice; Elder Law.
Michael A. O’Donnell is a certified specialist in the practice of Workers’ Compensation working exclusively on behalf of injured workers. Michael is a past and present officer with the Pennsylvania Bar Association, Federal Bar Association – Middle District of Pennsylvania Chapter, and a member of the Junior Leadership Wilkes-Barre Board of Directors.
Practice Areas: Certified Workers’ Compensation Specialist; Personal Injury; Product Liability; Premises Liability; Social Security Disability.
Gerard didn’t realize he wanted to concentrate his practice of law in personal injury until his last year of law school, when a close family member was seriously injured due to the negligence of others. Seeing how much the injury and subsequent lawsuit affected his family gave Gerard a lot of perspective. It reminded him that even though an attorney may be dealing with dozens of cases, each one is one of the most important things going on in the clients’ lives. He wanted to use that experience to