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Steven B. Larchuk

Current Professional, Business and Social Affiliations:

Founder and President of Larchuk Law Offices, P.C., a solo practice law firm with offices in Sewickley, Pennsylvania.

Practice areas of concentration are Internet law, general corporate practice, Natural Gas Royalties, Opioids - Medical Errors, Misdiagnosed Asthma and Flovent Dangers and  medical negligence matters.

Past Professional Affiliations:

During the past 13 years Steve has operated as a solo practitioner with his professional offices continuously located in Sewickley, Pennsylvania. Where useful he brings in lawyers with specialized experience in intellectual property, domestic relations, real estate, and estate planning for particular projects. Similarly lawyers licensed in other jurisdictions are engaged as appropriate and as necessary to fully comply with licensing requirements and to provide the local knowledge that can often make the difference between success and failure.

1997 - 2004 Malone, Larchuk & Middleman, P.C., Co-Founder and senior litigation partner in this general practice firm. Highlight of this association was the achievement of several $1 million plus verdicts and settlements plus the evolution of an Internet law practice.

1996 - 1997 Runnymeade Law & Consulting, P.C., a combination business consulting and law practice firm focusing upon health care businesses and advice to physicians regarding the efficient operation of their practices. During this time Mr. Larchuk also invented and developed the “MedConsent” computer aided system to assure informed consent for invasive procedures.

1980 - 1996 Dickie, McCamey & Chilcote, P.C., a large Pittsburgh law firm. Hired as a newly graduated associate attorney in 1980, promoted to partner/director in 1986, a year earlier than the usual pattern. Work emphasized defense litigation in medical negligence matters and general accident and injury cases.


1980 J.D. from the University of Pittsburgh School of Law, Order of the Barristers and Co-Winner of the Moot Trial and Appellate Court Competitions, Director of the Legal Assistance Office which provided pro bono services.

1977 Graduate studies in history at the University of Nevada at Reno, including intensive primary document research at the National Archives in Washington, D.C., regarding the exercise of the Presidential power of the pardon from George Washington through Jimmy Carter’s grant of amnesty to Viet Nam era draft resisters.

1976 B.A. from Rutgers College of Rutgers University, New Jersey with a major in History. Additional areas of study included accounting and performance arts.