Civil Litigation Attorneys in Pittsburgh
The firm of Greenfield & Kraut represents clients in civil disputes. We handle a wide range of cases, some relatively straight-forward and others which are highly complex.
We represent businesses and individuals in civil litigation matters involving:
- Contract disputes
- Disputes between partners and disputes between shareholders
- Insurance claims
- Medical malpractice and personal injury
- Will contests and probate litigation
- And other civil litigation matters
Contact us for a free consultation.
Greenfield & Kraut also provides advice and services in transactional and business law matters. We can draft or review a contract, help you choose the optimal structure for a new venture, and provide advice in other commercial law matters.
Experienced Advocates, Protecting Your Rights and Interests
Our firm’s founder, Stanley W. Greenfield, is adjunct professor at Duquesne University School of Law, and has taught courses in trial advocacy at that school and at the University of Pittsburgh School of Law for many years. Mr. Greenfield has a comprehensive understanding of the civil litigation process, and the discovery techniques and procedural tools which can often make a difference in civil disputes.
We will use our experience and knowledge to protect your rights and interests at all stages of the legal process.
Reviewing Your Options
Before we recommend any course of action, we will carefully review all of the factual and legal issues in your case.
Whenever possible, we will seek to resolve your case in an acceptable manner without need for litigation. Sometimes, however, the financial stakes are such that a lawsuit is necessary to protect your rights and interests. Greenfield & Kraut will explain the legal issues in your case and the potential costs of litigation. You will have the information you need to make intelligent decisions about your case.
If you choose to move forward with litigation, we will energetically and assertively represent you to seek your goals and protect your rights.