KM&A is a law firm in Cranberry Township, Pennsylvania focusing on business law, employment law, personal injury and litigation. KM&A clients include small businesses, employers, employees, and parties in civil litigation. Our office is located at the Cranberry Crossroads building located at 2009 Mackenzie Way, Suite 100, Cranberry Township, PA 16066.
KM&A serves Butler County, Allegheny County, Beaver County and all of Pennsylvania for a variety of legal issues. Call (724) 906-4462 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org for a free consultation with an attorney today.
Cranberry Business Lawyers
KM&A represents small businesses and their owners in all areas of business law. Our small business attorneys work with established, growing, and new companies. We help with incorporating, trademarks, demand letters, negotiating contracts, drafting and reviewing corporate documents, and litigation.
Cranberry Employment Lawyers
Our employment lawyers focus on workers, professionals, managers, and executives who are dealing with a variety of employment law issues. This includes wage disputes, employment discrimination, sexual harassment, retaliation, severance, unemployment, and variety of other matters.
Cranberry Personal Injury Lawyers
KM&A personal injury lawyers work with individuals that have been involved in an accident involving serious harm. This includes car accidents, work-related accidents, medical malpractice, slip and fall, and other matters where individuals have been injured.
Cranberry Litigation Lawyers
We represent parties in federal, state, and local litigation as well as in administrative proceedings. Our litigation team aggressively pursues our clients’ interests from the first filing in court through settlement or trial. We litigate contract disputes, personal injuries, all they way to major class action lawsuits.
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Businesses – Formation, incorporation, start-up, investments, partnerships, contracts, employees, independent contractors, leases, non-competition agreements, licensing, franchising, trademarks, disputes, and lawsuits.
Employees – Unemployment compensation benefits, wrongful termination, Social Security disability, severance agreements, union disputes, workers’ compensation, harassment, and discrimination based on disability, age, race, and sex discrimination.