Robert N. Peirce III

Attorney Robert N. Peirce III was drawn to the practice of law not only because it is a family business, but because of a commitment to helping protect people that was instilled in him from a very young age. In every case he takes on, Rob does his best to try and immediately understand his clients’ needs and the purpose of the case to move promptly and efficiently towards a quick resolution. He does not focus on “lawyer-speak” but rather will communicate with clients so they understand their rights and legal options.

Outside of the office, Rob plays lacrosse and is a youth coach. He also enjoys hunting and fishing.

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Media & Radio Apperances

  • KDKA
  • 90.5 WESA
  • WPXI Pittsburgh
  • WTAE Pittsburgh
  • CBS Pittsburgh
  • CBS News
  • Pittsburgh City Paper
  • National Public Radio
  • Entertainment Tonight
  • 93.7 The Fan
  • ESPN Radio
  • WJPA
  • MotherJones.com
  • MTV
  • Fox News
  • Fox Business
  • WISH 99.7
  • Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
  • Pittsburgh Tribune-Review
  • The Pennsylvania Record
  • Washington County Observer Reporter
  • JURIST
  • Vox
  • People
  • USA Today

Litigation Percentage

  • 100% of Practice Devoted to Litigation

Education

  • Duquesne University School of Law, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
    • J.D. - 1995
    • Fellowship
  • Michigan State University, East Lansing, Michigan
    • B.A. - 1992
    • Major: Communications

Honors and Awards

  • Academic All Big 10 Award, 1989 - 1990
  • Academic All Big 10 Award, 1991 - 1992
  • Duquesne University School of Law Fellows, Class of 2015
  • Board of Trustees, Allegheny County Bar Foundation

Professional Associations and Memberships

  • Allegheny County Bar Association
  • Pennsylvania Bar Association
  • Western Pennsylvania Trial Lawyers Association, Board of Governors
  • Pennsylvania Trial Lawyers Association
  • West Virginia Trial Lawyers Association
  • American Association for Justice
  • West Virginia Bar Association
  • Ohio Bar Association
  • Million Dollar Advocates Forum
  • Multi-Million Dollar Advocates Forum
  • Bell Acres Civil Service Commission
  • Duquesne Society Founders Circle

Classes/Seminars

  • Guest lecturer, Hazards of Lead-Based Paints, National CLE Conference, 1989 - 1990

Representative Cases

  • Stevens v. Kantanka (2008) - Represented plaintiff in semi tractor-trailer collision
  • Diggs v. UPMC (2010)- Represented family of hospital patient allowed to wander onto hospital roof and died of hypothermia
  • Meyer v. Union Railroad (2002) - Represented railroad brakeman who sustained torn ligaments in elbow and a herniated cervical disc in FELA action against railroad for failure to maintain railroad control levers in a safe condition
  • McCrea v. Nationwide Ins. Co. (2009) - Represented driver in auto accident who suffered TMJ, dental injuries, torn rotator cuff, ankle ligament damage, and cervical sprain
  • Borowski v. CNA Ins. Co. (2001) - UIM claim for negligent operation of a motorbike - represented minor plaintiff who suffered fractured nose, foot, and ankle
  • Saulka v. State Farm Ins. Co. (2001) - Represented plaintiff passenger in UIM claim against driver who made a negligent left turn and hit plaintiff’s car.
  • Ondrako v. State Farm Ins. Co. (2004) - Represented plaintiff who suffered a cervical vertebra fracture in accident where other driver at intersection negligently waved her through the intersection
  • Felinczak v. Brennan (2001) - Represented passenger in auto accident who sustained facial scarring and ruptured ligament in the right knee, requiring reconstructive surgery and insertion of orthopedic screws, against defendant driver who was served alcohol by defendant bar.
  • McClung v. Clark (2000) - Represented driver who was rear-ended against tortfeasor and in UIM claim against own insurance carrier; driver suffered fibromyalgia and depression.
  • Ramsey v. State Farm Ins. Co. (2001) - Represented plaintiff driver who suffered chronic myofascial pain syndrome, cervical and thoracic strain syndrome associated with muscle tension headaches, and thoracic radiculopathy in UIM claim against driver who rear ended plaintiff.
  • Parker v. City of Pittsburgh (2000) - Represented plaintiff who fell on crumbling city sidewalk and suffered wrist fracture and torn ankle tendons.
  • Romitz v. Erie Ins. (1999) - Represented pedestrian who required arthroscopic surgery after being struck by uninsured motorist

Bar Admissions

  • Pennsylvania, 1995
  • West Virginia, 1996
  • Ohio, 2001
  • Kentucky, 2010
  • U.S. District Court Western District of Pennsylvania, 1995
  • U.S. District Court Southern District of West Virginia, 1996
  • 3rd Circuit Court of Appeals- 1996

High Profile Cases

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Client Testimonials

  • My claims are being handled in a very efficient way.

    Paul

  • We have never felt more relaxed in a meeting!

    Maurine

  • We are so blessed to have had you represent us!

    Mike & Teresa

  • Thank you for all of your help!

    Jim & Carol

  • I will most definitely recommend highly

    Angel

  • Thank you! You girls are great!

    Joyce

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