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Meyer Darragh is a Pennsylvania-based law firm which has been representing its clients throughout Western Pennsylvania, and the sixty-seven counties in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, for over 100 years.

In order to better serve our clients’ needs, and as a result of our close proximity to the tri-state borders, our firm also routinely represents our clients throughout the states of West Virginia and Ohio, having experienced attorneys licensed in both states who are respected and well-known in those courts and legal communities.

While our firm specializes in various practice areas, and works with our clients in different venues, all of us here at Meyer Darragh have the same overreaching goal of providing first-tier trial attorneys to resolve our clients’ litigation needs, but also experienced legal counselors to avoid litigation before it begins, and end it when our clients’ business interests are best served.

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Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Office

U.S. Steel Tower, Suite 4850
600 Grant Street
Pittsburgh, PA 15219

Phone: 412-261-6600
Fax: 412-471-2754

Greensburg, Pennsylvania Office

40 North Pennsylvania Avenue,
Suite 410
Greensburg, PA 15601

Phone: 724-836-4840
Fax: 724-836-0532

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