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Freeburn Law Opens New Office in Wilkes-Barre Scranton Area

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Richard Freeburn, founding attorney of Personal Injury law firm Freeburn Law, announced that the practice will be expanding to the Wilkes-Barre Scranton area. Attorney John Bednarz will be practicing for the firm out of the new Wilkes-Barre office, located at The Park Building at 400 Third Avenue, Suite 212, Kingston, Pennsylvania, 18704.

Attorney Bednarz, a Kingston native and graduate of King’s College and Villanova University Law School, has an extensive legal background in both private practice and public interest. Following graduation from law school, Attorney Bednarz worked as a solo practitioner with a local Wilkes-Barre law firm. He then became a Senior Trial Assistant with the Luzerne County District Attorney’s office. After working with the DA, he returned to private practice and has operated Bednarz Law Offices based out of Wilkes-Barre, PA – where he currently resides – since 1997. He focuses his practice on personal injury and workers’ compensation matters.

Freeburn Law, co-founded by Dick Freeburn in 2000, is a Personal Injury law firm with practice areas including motor vehicle accidents, motorcycle accidents, Social Security disability, workers’ compensation, wrongful death, mass tort, and more. The law firm has offices in Harrisburg, York, Lewistown, Camp Hill, Lancaster, Selinsgrove, Lebanon, and Kingston, Pennsylvania. Potential clients are highly encouraged to call Freeburn Law at 717-777-7777 for a free consultation of their case.

From injury to resolution, Tonya and Stephen were with me the whole time. Tonya responded to my questions and concerns in timely manner, easing the anxiety that often came hand in hand with dealing with injury and insurance. Stephen explained everything I asked in a relatable manner and was very thorough making sure I had peace of mind. Thank you both. I would recommend this firm to anyone with the need.

Anthony L.