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5.0 Stars Posted by chrysalisdanamas@aol.com 7/24/2015 I sincerely feel that God was watching over... more
Pittsburgh  Jeffrey Pollock

Jeffrey Pollock

Pittsburgh, PA Family
Avvo rating 10.0
Matt made a difficult situation much more manageable. He handled any concerns that I had with respect and... more
Pittsburgh  Matthew M. Brennan

Matthew Brennan

Pittsburgh, PA Bankruptcy & Debt
Avvo rating 6.6
Mr. Ness represented me in traffic court for a speeding ticket. He and his partners discussed the case and... more
Pittsburgh  Matthew Thomas Ness

Matthew Ness

Pittsburgh, PA Criminal Defense
Avvo rating 6.7
I had no worries with time constraints even though I had some delays in getting documents signed. As soon as... more
Pittsburgh  James David Cairns III

James Cairns

Pittsburgh, PA Uncontested Divorce
Avvo rating 6.9
I retained Craig Zotter to handle my divorce. It turned out badly. Craig frequently did not return my phone... more
Pittsburgh  Craig S. Zotter

Craig Zotter

Pittsburgh, PA Family
Avvo rating 6.3
This attorney has dragged his feet and put my case on the back burner for years while he handled other "... more
Pittsburgh  Michael J. Lorence

Michael Lorence

Pittsburgh, PA Employment & Labor
Avvo rating 8.7
We hired Mr. Bompiani for a criminal case. He is worth every penny plus some. I found Mr. Bompiani, not... more
Pittsburgh  L. Anthony Bompiani

L. Bompiani

Pittsburgh, PA Criminal Defense
Avvo rating 10.0
Had a fraud case and yeah i'm not proud of it although it happened several years ago, without this man my... more
Pittsburgh  Mark D. Lancaster

Mark Lancaster

Pittsburgh, PA Criminal Defense
Avvo rating Attention

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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.