About Our Skilled Lawyer

in Scottdale, PA

724 - 887 - 0800

Contact David G. Petonic Today

Attorney Petonic represents Clients in Civil and Criminal Cases

David G. Petonic is a skilled and experienced attorney representing clients in Scottdale, PA, Mount Pleasant, PA, Greensburg, PA, and the surrounding area. Attorney Petonic expertly represents clients in civil and criminal cases in district magistrate courts, including MDJ-10-3-10, which has jurisdiction over turnpike fare evasion cases incurred at the New Stanton, PA exit. Since 2014, the Pennsylvania State Police have been able to charge Fare Evasion as a misdemeanor under MVC Section 6110.1 (b), which is more serious than a traffic ticket. 

Our Staff is Committed to Winning Your Case

Founded by Attorney Petonic over 30 years ago, our firm is committed to winning cases with tenacious and knowledgeable attorneys looking out for your best interest. We are very familiar with Southwest Pennsylvania, especially along the turnpike, near Exit 75 in the New Stanton area. Our office is about seven miles south of New Stanton on U.S. 119 and PA 819 South, truckers can park their rigs behind the office when we represent them. Give us a call at (724) 887-0800 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., or stop by our office at 314C Porter Avenue in Scottdale.

David G. Petonic Represents Clients in a Variety of Cases

Speeding Tickets
Vehicle Accidents
Domestic Violence
Wrongful Death
Medical Malpractice
Workers Compensation
Business Law

Call Attorney Petonic Before You Talk to the Police

There are mistakes that people make before and after getting arrested. When people are arrested and are awaiting arraignment, sometimes they panic and think they have to talk to the police regarding the facts of the case. We strongly advise against this. Contact Attorney David G. Petonic’s office right away and we will do all of the talking. Please know that talking with the police will only harm your case in the long run if you make admissions regarding your conduct, because the statement will be used in court.