DiCaudo Pitchford & Yoder
Retail / Transportation

Retail / Transportation


DiCaudo, Pitchford & Yoder attorneys have extensive experience working with the transportation industry and the many challenges that affect those who deal with arranging for, accepting, transporting and delivering commercial goods in interstate, intrastate and foreign commerce.  Our team offers clients integrated knowledge and first hand understanding of how legal and business issues intersect in the real world.

The firm concentrates on the following transportation-related areas:

  • Complex litigation involving catastrophic personal injury or environmental hazards.
  • Litigation involving cargo freight loss and damage claims and undercharge cases.
  • Negotiation and preparation of all types of transportation and logistics contracts, including broker-carrier, shipper-carrier and owner-operator agreements.
  • Real estate matters involving the sale, purchase and/or leasing of terminals.
  • Regulatory compliance with federal and state regulations.
  • Mergers and acquisitions of transportation-related companies.
  • Succession and estate issues in closely held or family owned transportation-related business.
  • Tax advice and litigation arising out of transportation-related matters.
  • Labor and employment law.

The attorneys at DiCaudo, Pitchford & Yoder not only work with corporate clients at interstate trucking companies, but are uniquely qualified to represent motor coach companies, shippers, manufacturers, brokers, freight forwarders, warehouse operators, and others involved in the transporting of passengers and goods. In short, the transportation lawyers at DiCaudo, Pitchford & Yoder provide legal counsel and strategic planning in all segments of the transportation industry.

Retail/Premises Liability

Property owners and managers face potential liability for injuries that occur on and off their premises. These cases are almost always more complicated than they seem on the surface, demanding a thorough understanding of the facts and relevant law.

DiCaudo, Pitchford & Yoder’s attorneys have handled cases involving the potential liability of a premises owner – from retail to restaurant to the home. We know the legal standards that apply to the premises owner or operator, and the claimant, whether patron, visitor, licensee or trespasser, and are committed to pursuing the rights of our clients and finding the best solution.

Contact Marshal Pitchford, Partner

Office: 330-762-7477
Cell: 330-819-6580
email: [email protected]