ABOUT US

Pittsburgh's Personal Injury Law Firm

Founded in 2015

J.P. Ward & Associates has an award-winning and publicly acclaimed legal team. Previously known as The Law Firm of Fenters Ward, the company was re-named in 2021. Attorney Joshua P. Ward has appeared in Pennsylvania Super Lawyers in 2020 and 2021, and has been featured by various news outlets for prosecuting noteworthy cases. 

Our team has represented more than 3,000 clients in Pennsylvania. We serve everyday citizens that have experienced civil wrongdoing: 

  • Personal Injury
  • Employment Discrimination
  • Wrongful Termination
  • Illegal Practices
  • Consumer Fraud. 

J.P. Ward & Associates has rapidly evolved into one of the most prolific plaintiffs’ firms across the state by relentlessly taking on billion-dollar companies, and constantly refining our standards and business practices. Our team is committed to the highest ideals of ethics and zealous advocacy in the courtroom.

J.P. Ward & Associates

Meet our Pittsburgh Personal Injury and Employment Law Attorneys

Pittsburgh Personal Injury Attorney Joshua P. Ward

Joshua P. Ward

President & Managing Partner

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