Welcome to GTNlaw -
Gaitens, Tucceri & Nicholas
At GTNlaw, we strive to provide
our clients with the utmost service and attention.
Our law firm encompasses all aspects of a general
practicing law firm, allowing us to cater to our
clients’ specific, special needs. Since 1965, our
firm has garnered both experience and a reputation
for achieving excellence. We are more than willing
to elicit our expertise so that our clients are
represented professionally, fairly, and with the
As one of the area’s premier law
firms, our firm has represented over twelve thousand
individuals as well as ten thousand corporations.
We pride ourselves on our personal approach and
we will work hard to individualize and customize
our services to fit your needs. Our attorneys believe
that a personal environment paired with a strong
client-attorney relationship is the key to success.
However, our firm also possesses the tools to service
major corporations and municipal entities.
Our firm emphasizes and specializes
in the following areas of law: Municipal Law, Estate
Administration and Estate Planning, Personal Injury,
Medical Malpractice, Commercial and Contract Law,
Corporate Law, Real Estate Law, Workers’ Compensation
Law, Family Law, Land Use Law, Defense Litigation,
Criminal Law and Labor/Employment Law. We have worked
to build a broad-based civil law practice, allowing
our clients to experience many different facets
of our firm.
For over forty years, we at GTNlaw, have proven that both our expertise and our
client satisfaction are factors that have contributed
to our longevity. Our firm is a leading participant
in the field of law and we commit ourselves to servicing
our clients with excellence, honorability, and merit.
To better service our clients, we not only have
our downtown Pittsburgh office, but we operate three
other satellite locations around Western Pennsylvania.
The firm, in affiliation with its municipal bond
practice, is also listed in The Bond Buyer’s Municipal
Marketplace directory as a qualified practice to
offer independent opinions on municipal bond issues.