Get Representation From An Experienced Civil Litigation And Personal Injury Attorney
At Stewart, McArdle, Sorice, Whalen, Farrell, Finoli & Cavanaugh, LLC, our attorneys represent clients in civil matters of all kinds, including personal injury, breach of contract, debt collection, business disputes, construction disputes, will contests and property disputes.
Advocacy In Personal Injury Cases
If you or a loved one is hurt in an accident, you may be entitled to financial compensation to cover lost wages, medical expenses, and pain and suffering. We represent adults and children who have been harmed in:
- Auto accidents involving cars, trucks and motorcycles
- Dog bites
- Slip-and-fall accidents and other occurrences on someone else’s property
- Industrial and work accidents
- Wrongful death cases
Call us at or toll free at for a free consultation about your personal injury matter. We will give you our honest feedback about whether we believe you have a case. If we decide together to pursue a case, our attorneys will strategically and aggressively pursue compensation on your behalf through settlement and, if necessary, through trial. In personal injury cases, we work on a contingency fee basis, meaning that we receive fees only if you receive compensation.
Representation In Civil Actions And Litigation
Civil actions refer to many types of noncriminal matters and disputes that may be resolved through negotiation or in court. Our firm’s experienced litigation attorneys represent the personal and business interests of our clients in a wide variety of matters, including:
- Commercial and business litigation
- Contract disputes
- Collection litigation on behalf of creditors
- Real estate litigation representation
- Orphans’ court litigation involving guardianship, will contests and adoption
Contact Us For Advice About Your Case
If you are in need of a Greensburg personal injury attorney or lawyer for civil litigation, contact us for advice about your case. Attorneys from our firm have been representing clients in litigation in Pennsylvania for more than 30 years.