Top Greenville Eminent Domain Lawyers - Pennsylvania

  • 6400 Brooktree Court,Suite 250 Wexford PA 15090 40.613544 -80.06228

    Klodowski Law LLC was formed in January 2008 when the principals of the firm Edwin J. Hull and Harry F. Klodowski merged their practices so that a wider range of legal services could be provided to their numerous business and individual clients.   The mission of Klodowski Law is to provide legal representation meeting the highest standards in a small firm environment that allows us to provide...

  • 20 N Pennsylvania Avenue,Suite 201 Greensburg PA 15601 40.302586 -79.54555

    Attorney Eric Bononi founded our Greensburg law firm, Bononi & Company, P.C., in 1986. Over the past 30 years, our firm has grown from a solo practice to a firm that is home to four attorneys and a full staff of legal professionals. Today, our firm serves more than 1,000 clients from Westmoreland County and the surrounding area in southwestern Pennsylvania each year by representing their...

  • 1004 Ligonier Street Latrobe PA 15650 40.315845 -79.38354

    The law firm of McDonald Snyder, P. C. is located in Latrobe, Pennsylvania. We provide a broad range of legal services to individuals and business clients throughout Pennsylvania. Our firm is a general service law firm practicing in the areas of banking and finance law, business and commercial law, condemnation law, construction arbitration, commercial transactions, estate planning, insurance law,...

  • Mon Valley Office,1004 National Pike West Centerville Brownsville PA 15417 40.04279 -79.975006

    Local Lawyers for Local Problems   Zebley, Mehalov & White, P.C., is a Uniontown, Pennsylvania law firm committed to helping solve the problems of working people throughout southwestern Pennsylvania. We have offices located in Uniontown and the Mon Valley, Pennsylvania dedicated to providing personalized legal service and representation to each client. Experienced Southwestern,...

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