We've Been Serving Pennsylvania for Over 20 Years.
Located in Williamsport, Pennsylvania, Piazza & Associates is a family-owned law firm that has been serving the hardworking citizens and businesses of Pennsylvania for over 20 years.
Our firm focuses on mortgage foreclosure, bankruptcy, DUI / DWI, consumer debtor protection, personal injury, and workers compensation law. Over the course of our company's history, we have been very successful in enabling clients to keep their homes, receive proper settlements and be able to keep living a suitable life after bankruptcy.
From the beginning, we put clients, their needs, and their families first. You deserve hard-hitting legal representation that is both honest and affordable. Call us today to learn how we can help
Home ownership is a special American value that can be protected from aggressive creditors. we can help you keep your home through a number of legal tactics, including loan modification and a highly specialized form of bankruptcy.
Federal and state law gives us the power to fight creditors, credit bureaus, debt collectors, telemarketers, and others that will be eager to willing to hurt you for their economic advantage. We can help these bad actors stop, and frequently make them compensate you for the trouble they have caused.
Driving under the influence, also known as DUI, can be a life-altering event. If you've been charged with a DUI, you need an experienced attorney who has considerable experience successfully uncovering and exposing mistakes and inaccuracies made by police officers.
For accidental or intentional bodily injury, and, property damage, our skills can help make up for a loss. Do not assume that your injury or loss should be ignored or forgotten. Let us help you decide what remedy the law may allow us to use to repair, replace, or rebuild after problems happen to you.
For the accumulation of debt that is acquired over a long period, or, a sudden event, most people are eligible for complete or partial elimination, or, discharge of this burden. We have extensive experience to help you live free again
In Pennsylvania, working for a living is protected. If you are injured at work, whether or not you were at fault, lost income and medical costs are the responsibility of your employer. Significant, permanent injuries can also be provided for as a separate compensation.