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Chaffin Luhana is a plaintiffs-only law firm. Our single focus is representing injured victims like you in the courtroom, and providing you with the highest quality representation possible to meet your specific needs and goals. Our team includes trial attorneys with over 50 years of courtroom experience, former large law firm defense attorneys, former federal and state prosecutors, former judicial law clerks, former investigative reporters, nurses and social workers—a team with a unique depth of experience and skills to guide injured victims like you through difficult times. Our team’s depth of experience and success are what have led to our firm’s strong national and regional reputations in the trial bars of vigorously protecting injured victims, and have earned us the respect of our clients.

The attorneys and staff at the firm work tirelessly to help their clients recover the full amount of compensation they are entitled to. After all, the firm motto is, "Doing Good by Doing Right."™

We do not back down from a fight for our clients where one is warranted. And, while we vigorously pursue our clients’ causes, we stay true to our humble roots and pride ourselves in being down to earth and easy for our clients to talk with. That approach to practicing law is unique in our view, and something we remind ourselves of daily with our firm motto of “Doing Good by Doing Right”™ and with the Chaffin Luhana Foundation. Through the Foundation, we have donated hundreds of thousands of dollars to charities in our communities in Pittsburgh, Western Pennsylvania, West Virginia and Ohio. We have supported everything from academic research of toxic substances, to local schools, to talking with students about the dangers of distracted driving with our Foundation spokesperson, Paralympian Stephani Victor.

If you or a loved one have been injured, call on our experienced and caring legal team today.

how not to be a lawyer

according to eric t. chaffin

“My father was a union witness at an arbitration in a steel mill. After the hearing, my father, dressed in blue jeans and a sweatshirt, stuck out his hand to shake hands with the company’s lawyer. The lawyer refused. The lawyer was not upset because my dad got the best of him but because he frowned upon working class people. I was the first person in my family to graduate from college. My dad used this story to remind me to respect others, to remember where I came from and as an example of how not to conduct myself as a lawyer.”

eric t. chaffin

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