About Us

Jan 24, 2013 by

We are lawyers who primarily practice in Washington Pennsylvania, and we have a general practice, but focus on Oil and Gas Law, Estate, Wills and Trust Law, and Bankruptcy Law.

Our job is to help people with their legal problems, and listen to their problems with attention and compassion. We give people advice, communicate for people, represent them in court, and mediate disputes. We usually try to find solutions for legal disputes without going to court, and if that doesn’t work then we do our best to advocate our client’s position in court. Our goal is to use the legal system to help the people it should be working for, and to make sure that the system is not abused to hurt people.

We firmly believe that as lawyers representing individual people primarily, it is extremely important to provide quality customer service to our clients. In addition to knowing the laws and legal procedure, we strive to communicate with our clients effectively and keep them as informed and educated as possible about the legal process and their legal matters.

Our law firm is based in downtown Bridgeville, Pennsylvania, which is approximately 10 miles south of Pittsburgh. We also practice from Washington, PA, in Washington County, PA, and Cranberry Township, PA, in Butler County, which is north of Pittsburgh. With these bases of operation, we practice in Pennsylvania state courts in several counties in Western Pennsylvania, including Washington, Allegheny (Pittsburgh), Butler, Beaver, Westmoreland, and Greene County. We are also licensed to practice in Federal Court, which is located in downtown Pittsburgh. Attorney Morascyzk is licensed to practice in West Virginia as well as Pennsylvania. You can read more about our practice by accessing our “our services” page. Please explore the website and if you would like more information, please contact us using our Contact Form on the right.

Joseph E. Morascyzk, Esquire

Jacob S. Polochak, Esquire

Jonathan J. Teacoach, Esquire

Jeremy S. Stragand, Esquire

Benjamin S. Johns, Esquire

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