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Waited 2 years for a hearing and when I got one, they didnt even have my records. They hardly ever call you... more
Pittsburgh  Brian David Cox

Brian Cox

Pittsburgh, PA Workers Compensation
Avvo rating 6.8
Mr. Morrow has been my attorney for a number of years. He is extremely knowledgeable and easy to speak with... more
Pittsburgh  Clayton S. Morrow

Clayton Morrow

Pittsburgh, PA Debt Collection
Avvo rating 8.3
Attorney Buss listens and guides clients as per their goals and directives. He is very trustworthy and was my... more
Pittsburgh  John W. Buss Jr.

John Buss

Pittsburgh, PA Lawyer
Avvo rating 6.5
I thought my divorce was going to cost a lot and take forever and have to go to court etc. I was very happy... more
Pittsburgh  James David Cairns III

James Cairns

Pittsburgh, PA Uncontested Divorce
Avvo rating 6.8
Mr. Morrow represented me in a difficult legal matter and was very good about letting me know what was going... more
Pittsburgh  Clayton S. Morrow

Clayton Morrow

Pittsburgh, PA Debt Collection
Avvo rating 8.3
We needed help with a debt settlement case and Clayton was extremely helpful and was able to take care of our... more
Pittsburgh  Clayton S. Morrow

Clayton Morrow

Pittsburgh, PA Debt Collection
Avvo rating 8.3
We would highly recommend Mr. Colarusso to help you with your personal injury case. He steered us in the... more
Pittsburgh  Michael Joseph Colarusso

Michael Colarusso

Pittsburgh, PA Litigation
Avvo rating 8.0
Clay is an excellent consumer rights advocate. He has a LOT of experience with both the Fair Debt Collection... more
Pittsburgh  Clayton S. Morrow

Clayton Morrow

Pittsburgh, PA Debt Collection
Avvo rating 8.3

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practicing lawyers in Pittsburgh

Pittsburgh is one of small number of cities that use the "burgh" spelling rather than "burg." In 1890, the United States Board on Geographic Names decided that the "H" was to be removed from all cities ending in "burgh."

Official city documents ignored this decision, and continued to the use the Pittsburgh spelling regardless.

In 1911, the Geographic Names Board finally relented. In the face of numerous complaints from Pittsburgh residents, the name of the city was officially reverted back to Pittsburgh. However, confusion over the spelling of the city remains to this day.