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Welcome to Larchuk Law Offices – serving clients in Western Pennsylvania and elsewhere in diverse areas of the law with an emphasis on business, Internet services, health care, renewable energy, and litigation in Federal and Pennsylvania Courts. 2015 marks Steve’s 35th year in practice.

At 62 years old, Steve is a “seasoned” attorney with a breadth of experience in the law and in his own renewable energy development businesses located in the Caribbean region. This includes development of the largest solar arrays on St. Croix deploying 26,000 solar panels. Few lawyers can offer the combination of law and business experience and insight that Steve brings to the table.

After graduating from Rutgers College (History, BA) and the University of Pittsburgh School of Law with trial and appellate moot court competition awards Steve joined a large litigation firm in Pittsburgh quickly rising to the level of Partner. In 1996 he then transitioned to a solo practice model where he can devote individual attention to a small number of clients without the weight and distraction of bloated overhead, time sheets and never ending pressure to increase billings.

Steve can take on a few more clients, so feel free to call. If he is unable to help you himself he will steer you in the right direction. .

   


E-Mail:
larchuk@larchuklaw.com
Mobile: 412-848-1878
Fax: 888-534-5222 (Toll Free)


Steven B. Larchuk
409 Broad Street - Suite 2600
Village of Sewickley, PA 15143

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 Areas of Practice

  • General Business Counsel

  • Health Care

  • Internet Law

  • Medical Negligence


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                                            - Steve Jobs 1955-2011