William J. Hall

Attorney in Dunmore, PA

Attorney Hall is a former Pennsylvania Workers Compensation Judge and currently limits his legal practice to workers compensation matters. He served as a Workers Compensation Judge for more than 15 years and has over 26 years experience with workers compensation cases. While a WCJ, he instituted many innovative techniques and was a pioneer in the mediation of workers compensation cases.

As a practicing attorney, he has represented injured workers, employers and health care providers. He has spent his entire professional career in the adjudication and resolution of workers compensation disputes. Mr. Hall is also the founder, principal and primary mediator for Hall Mediation Services, a private dispute resolution firm dedicated to the mediation of worker compensation cases.

Attorney Hall is a graduate of the University of Scranton, magna cum laude, and The Dickinson School of Law.

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Areas of Law

  • Personal Injury
  • Work Injury
  • Workers Compensation
  • Construction Accidents

 

Experience & Credentials

Position

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Admission Details

Admitted in 1982, Pennsylvania

Law School Attended

Dickinson School of Law
J.D.

University Attended

University of Scranton
B.S.
magna cum laude

Contact Information

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Office Information
William J. Hall
Member
 307 N. Blakely Street, P.O. Box 272,
Dunmore, PA 18512

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