Logan Law Office has extensive civil litigation experience representing clients in a variety of civil matters. Whether you have been accused of violating the terms of a covenant not to compete, have a dispute with your landlord or tenant, or seek to collect money owed to you on a contract, our attorneys can help. Our firm has successfully litigated these and other matters before Magisterial District Judges, the Greene, Fayette, and Washington County Court of Common Pleas, the Pennsylvania appellate courts and trial and appellate courts, in West Virginia. 

Logan Law Office represents many individuals and local businesses in contract cases. We understand the difficulties individuals and businesses face when the terms of a contract are not adhered to or are breached. Whether you need protected from contractors who render unworkmanlike services or you are a business or contractor trying to negotiate the terms of a contract or collect money for services performed pursuant to a contract, Logan Law Office can help. In these types of situations, the actual wording of the contract is crucial for individuals and businesses to have their rights protected. Logan Law Office are highly skilled in drafting all forms of legal contracts to safeguard the interests of their clients. 

Logan Law Office has also represented residential and commercial landlords and tenants on a number of matters. Specifically, our attorneys have assisted clients in lease preparation, lease terminations, evictions, abandonments, security deposit disputes, subleases and assignments, maintenance issues and complaints, breach of warranty of habitability claims, and right-of-entry disputes. 

Landlord/tenant law is largely based on state statute and mostly centers on the wording of the lease. A poorly worded lease can mean the difference between winning and losing your case. That is why having an attorney from Logan Law Office prepare or review your lease is vitally important. Contact our attorneys today to see how we can help you resolve your landlord/tenant dispute.