Top Pittsburgh Civil Rights Lawyers - Pennsylvania

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    428 Forbes Ave.,Suite 505 Pittsburgh PA 15219 40.43882 -79.998184

    "Fighting For You Is What I Do" People who suffer serious injuries caused by another person’s negligent actions require strong legal representation. At Todd J. Hollis Law, fighting for you is what we do. We know that living with an injury can potentially affect many areas of your life. You could have difficulties returning to work and may struggle with financial hardship as a...

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    1026 W. 26th St. Erie PA 16508 42.104187 -80.095474

    Workers in Erie, Pennsylvania, have rights, and as founder of the Richard T. Ruth law firm, I take my job to protect employee rights seriously. I have decades of experience working in the legal system, from administrative agencies to the federal and state courts, giving me the skills necessary to have success in the courtroom and in negotiations. My goal is to ensure that my clients are treated...

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