Honesdale

Approximately 30 miles northeast of Scranton, Pennsylvania, the borough of Honesdale is the county seat of Wayne County. It was incorporated in 1831. The first commercial steam locomotive in the U.S., the “Stourbridge Lion,” started its maiden voyage in Honesdale, and later carried anthracite through the borough, on its way to New York. Honesdale was also well-known for some time for the products of its glassware factories. Today, the area around Honesdale draws enthusiasts of a variety of outdoor recreation activities. The borough hosts the Wayne County Historical Society (which offers a variety of exhibits, including a full-scale replica of the Stourbridge Lion), the Honesdale Roots & Rhythm Music and Arts Festival, and the Wayne County Fair.

Serving clients throughout Wayne County, the Needle Law Firm has a track record of successful outcomes that spans more than 100 years. Our attorneys help clients who were injured by other people’s negligence, or by the use of defective products, in a wide variety of circumstances. We also work on issues related to Workers’ Compensation and Social Security law, and represent family members who are pursuing claims of wrongful death. We offer a free initial consultation, and we charge a fee only if our clients receive compensation.

Our Scranton offices are located at 240 Penn Avenue #202. To reach us from Mulberry Street (Pennsylvania Route 307 / U.S. Route 11), head southwest on Penn Avenue; after you pass the Linden Street intersection, our offices will be on the left. From Spruce Street, turn right at Franklin Avenue. Once on Franklin, take the first right on Linden Street, and then the first right again on Penn Avenue.

To schedule a free consultation, please call us toll-free at 855-687-4357, or simply fill out and submit our online “Contact Us” form.