Protecting Your Personal And Commercial Interests In Court
Although litigation can be a time-intensive method for resolving a legal conflict, there are certain situations in which this approach is necessary. Working with a seasoned trial attorney can help you navigate this complex legal process and secure a favorable result in a timely fashion.
For over 35 years, our team of litigators at Gusty Sunseri & Associates, P.C., has advocated for our clients’ best interests in courtrooms throughout Allegheny and the surrounding counties. We pride ourselves on our ability to create aggressive legal strategies that anticipate opposing counsel’s argument and present arguments that resonate with Pennsylvania judges and juries.
Our Experience On Both Sides Of The Aisle Gives You An Advantage
Led by founding lawyer, Gusty A.E. Sunseri, our seasoned attorneys tailor their approach according to the unique circumstances surrounding your legal matter. We do not rely on a cookie-cutter strategy, which is one reason we are able to get results.
We have successfully represented both plaintiffs and defendants, using this insight to identify and exploit weaknesses in the opposing side’s case. You can rely on us to staunchly defend your interests in a range of matters that include:
- Business matters such as employment contract disputes
- Real estate issues such as homeowner association conflicts, landlord-tenant disputes and other real property concerns
- Personal injury claims, regarding motor vehicle accidents, medical malpractice claims and premises liability claims
- Declaratory judgment actions
- Negligence and other torts
- Judgment execution
When you consult with us at our Pittsburgh office, we will give you an honest and fair evaluation of your case so that you understand your options before you take action. It is important to us that you remain in the loop throughout your case, which is why we remain accessible at every stage of your legal matter.
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All information discussed during the “Free Initial Consultation” will remain confidential; however, the “Free Initial Consultation” does not create an attorney-client relationship. Please note, an attorney-client relationship will not be created until you have retained our firm, we have cleared any conflicts of interest, and you have signed a Client Engagement Letter confirming your retention of our firm, the scope of legal services to be provided, and the associated legal fees.
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