Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Malpractice Lawyers

30+ years specializing in stroke, birth injury & other severe injuries

Latona Law represents victims of medical negligence in northeastern Pennsylvania. For over 30 years, we have successfully defended the Wilkes-Barre/Scranton community against preventable injury due to negligence, as well as misdiagnosis of strokes, heart attacks and cancer.

According to the ABPLA:

“Medical negligence occurs when a doctor, nurse or healthcare professional, through a negligent act or omission causes an injury to the patient.”

Patients can suffer severe injuries or death. If such negligence occurred, it may be possible to pursue a malpractice case against the medical provider. Victims and their families should consider contacting us for a free consultation and review. Your family may be entitled to significant compensation for damages, medical expenses, and future care required, with no cost or fees until we win. Latona Law has a proven, track record of positive outcomes for our clients. 

Types of Medical Negligence Cases We Handle:

Medical Malpractice

Stroke Injury

Heart Attack



Wrongful Death

Hospital Negligence

Cancer Misdiagnosis

Medical Negligence


Types of Birth Injury Cases We Handle:

Cerebral Palsy

Emergency c-section

Placental Abruption

Hypoxic Encephalopathy


Contact us below or call (570)825-9000 for a FREE medical malpractice case evaluation:

Why hire Latona Law Firm for your medical malpractice case?

First of all, remember the lawyer you choose can potentially have a major impact on the outcome of your case. Furthermore, It can be difficult to prove the liability and connect the damages caused in medical malpractice cases. Remember, the opposition will spare no expense to avoid taking appropriate responsibility. Finally, if healthcare providers were negligent, Latona Law will deploy the resources necessary to win the claim and recover compensation for your family.

Contact us for a free consultation and let our lawyers explain your options and help you decide the best route for your family. 

1) Dedication to Medical Negligence Cases

With 30+ years experience in preventable injury cases, Latona Law has the background it takes to win medical malpractice or birth injury lawsuits. Most importantly, we are the only law firm in the Wilkes-Barre/Scranton area entirely dedicated to medical negligence cases.

2) NEPA Firm, NEPA Focus

Latona Law is located in Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania. Also, we serve all of Luzerne, Lackawanna, and surrounding counties. We understand all of the factors within our region that can affect a malpractice or birth injury case. In addition, we offer same-day free consultations, and often same-day or next-day appointments. These can occur at your home, the hospital, our Wilkes-Barre/Scranton office, or other place of convenience. Lastly, evening appointments also available.

3) The Resources to Win

We know what it takes to win a medical negligence case. It takes much more than lawyers. Each case requires a different set of resources. Medical experts, doctor who are also lawyers, nurses, and other specialists could all be needed in malpractice cases. Above all, Latona Law will always provide the resources necessary to give your family the best chance of recovering compensation. Finally, there is no cost or fees unless we get justice.

4) Not Just a Number

First, every case we review, consult, or represent is supervised by Attorney Carmen Latona. Secondly, our clients receive our undivided attention and attorneys are always accessible to provide insight and guidance at the clients request. Third, our goal is not to acquire as many cases as possible. We want to help. Finally, when we accept a case, we give it the attention required for a successful outcome.

5) 30+ years fighting preventable injury

For many years, Latona Law’s medical negligence attorneys have been representing families throughout Pennsylvania. Usually, these families became victims of preventable injuries from medical care. Lastly, we have successfully represented families in NEPA for decades and we will continue to do so.