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The Belt Law Firm, P.C. - Kingston, PA

100 West Union Street Kingston, PA 18704

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Updated: 05/18/2022

Kingston Workers Compensation Law Firm


Workers Compensation claims can be daunting; at the Belt Law Firm we pride ourselves on individual attention to the client, to help guide them through the process. When you choose the Belt Law Firm you will be taken care of personally by attorney Timothy D. Belt. A graduate of Villanova University's School of Law, Attorney Belt is also a member of the Pennsylvania Bar Association; Wilkes Law and Library Association; and the Wyoming/Sullivan County Bar Association...

About The Belt Law Firm, P.C.

Practice Areas

  • Workers Compensation




  • Amanda Pizano, Legal Secretary
  • Paula Heritage, Office Manager
  • Sarah Jewell, Bookkeeper
  • Lorelis Diaz, Receptionist/Interpreter


Offers Free Initial Consultation

Accepts Credit Cards

Office Information


100 West Union Street Kingston, PA 18704


  • 570-714-3353

Other Offices

The Belt Law Firm, P.C. 100 West Broad Street Suite 303 Hazleton, PA 18201 570-535-3343

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