Top Oil City Labor Lawyers - Pennsylvania

  • 315 Second Avenue,6th Floor Warren PA 16365 41.845036 -79.14651

    Since 1968, the Hessley Law Offices has been providing quality legal services to clients throughout Warren County, Pennsylvania. Our law firm handles all legal matters, but concentrates on criminal defense, civil litigation and family law concerns. Whether you are facing a criminal charge, civil litigation dispute or complex family law concern, our goal is to help you resolve your issue as quickly...

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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...

  • 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...

  • Gulf Tower,707 Grant St., Suite 2646 Pittsburgh PA 15219 40.44259 -79.99523

    Kisner Law Firm, LLC, is in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Our attorneys represent clients throughout Western Pennsylvania in employment, real estate and business matters. An Employer-Focused Firm Unlike many firms, our employment law practice is dedicated largely to representing employers in transactional matters and litigation. This focus allows us to better understand the concerns of businesses both...

  • The Frick Building Pittsburgh PA 15219 40.439236 -79.99727

    At Hardin Thompson PC, we provide exemplary legal services to clients in Pittsburgh and throughout western Pennsylvania. Our clients include business and individuals. Our practice is focused on the legal areas of insurance defense, insurance coverage, business litigation and employment law. The Personal Service Advantage At our law firm, your case will not be handled by junior associates and...

  • 310 Grant Street,Third Floor Pittsburgh PA 15219 40.43767 -79.99749

    The law firm of Samuel J. Cordes & Associates is located in Pittsburgh and represents individuals throughout Western Pennsylvania in employment litigation. Our lawyers are devoted to protecting the rights of working people who have been victimized by illegal practices in the workplace. Our law firm offers tenacious, dedicated service in the full range of employment issues, such as...

  • 471 Hill Churches Rd Latrobe PA 15650 40.227783 -79.454216

    At the Latrobe, Pennsylvania, location of Sharon L. Wigle, Attorney at Law, I serve clients dealing with employment law, contract law, education law and estate planning issues. I am committed to delivering exceptional service to the people who come to my law office seeking help. Through using clear and concise language, I break down their options and answer their questions honestly. My goal is to...

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    14 South 2nd Street Newport PA 17074 40.477432 -77.130356

    Scaringi & Scaringi, P.C. is a comprehensive, full service law firm. Our attorneys have over 70 years of combined legal experience. Each of our attorneys has his or her particular legal focus. For example, Melanie Walz Scaringi focuses her practice in estate planning, probate, elder law and real estate. Marc Scaringi practices in the areas of commercial law and litigation, business formation...

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