Stephen J. O'Brien & Associates

Stephen J. O'Brien & Associates

The lawyers at Stephen J. O'Brien & Associates seek to provide exceptional legal representation while guiding clients through the complexities of the legal system.

Firm Overview

In addition to our three main areas of practice - employment law, workers compensation and personal injury - we can also help you with:
-Business law
-Child custody
-Child support
-Civil practice
-Civil service hearing for municipal government workers
-Collective bargaining
-Employee benefits
-Employment discrimination
-Estate administration
-Estate planning
-Family law
-Heart and lung cases
-Labor and employment
-Multi-employer employee benefit plans
-Pension and welfare plans
-Personal injury
-Police and firefighter matters
-Real estate transactions
-Social Security disability
-Trusts and probate proceedings
-Workers compensation

Focusing on favorable outcomes:
For more than 10 years, we have helped individuals and businesses of all sizes resolve their legal issues in a timely fashion. Our goal is to bring you cost-efficient, quality legal counsel. We welcome the opportunity to speak with you, and we value your questions and concerns. We are available to answer your queries and discuss how we may assist you. We provide clients with:
-Free initial consultation
-Fixed hourly rates
-Fixed fees available

Main Office

Main Office
650 Ridge Road, Suite 400
Pittsburgh PA 15205


(412) 788-7560


(412) 788-7563

Workers Compensation

Pittsburgh attorneys protecting Pennsylvania workers

When, after all your hard work and commitment to the job, you are injured abruptly in a workplace accident, it can have devastating consequences for you, your family and your future employment prospects. The distressing aftermath of a workplace injury can leave you feeling vulnerable and alone.

The dedicated attorneys at Stephen J. O'Brien & Associates can help you obtain the compensation for your injuries or illness that you rightfully deserve, including:
-Compensation for permanent disability
-Dependents'recovery for worker's death
-Lost wages or salary
-Rehabilitation expenses
-Retraining costs

Qualifying for workers comp:
You are entitled to workers compensation for an injury or illness that occurred at your workplace or while you were engaged in a work-related activity, regardless of whether the injury or illness occurred in connection with your job. Even in the absence of your employer's fault or negligence, you can still receive the help you need through workers compensation benefits.

Waiving workers compensation:
When you accept a workers compensation payment, you forfeit your right to pursue other remedies against a negligent employer. If your employer has acted negligently, you may deserve award of pain and suffering and other damages not granted through a workers compensation claim. We carefully review your case to determine how you can best recover the compensation you deserve.

Appealing a workers compensation decision:
If your workers compensation claim is unfairly denied, you have only a short window of opportunity to appeal the unjust decision. We can help you maneuver through the overwhelming bureaucratic process of appealing to the Pennsylvania workers compensation board.

Stephen J. O'Brien

Stephen J. O'Brien & Associates


Practice Areas:
-Civil litigation
-Estates & wills
-General civil practice
-Labor law
-Personal injury
-Workers compensation

-U.S. Supreme Court, 2007
-U.S. Court of Appeals, 3rd Circuit, 1996
-Pennsylvania and U.S. District Court, Western District of Pennsylvania, 1990

-Wake Forest University School of Law, J.D., 1990
-University of Pittsburgh, B.S., Business Administration, summa cum laude, 1987

Associations & memberships:
-Allegheny Bar Association
-Pennsylvania Bar Association


Wake Forest University School of Law
Juris Doctorate, 1990

Jaime L. Kyle

Stephen J. O'Brien & Associates


-Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, 2008
-U.S. District Court, Western District of Pennsylvania, 2012

-Duquesne University School of Law, J.D., 2008
-Universiity of Pittsburgh, B.S. Psychology, 2005


Duquesne University School of Law
Juris Doctorate, 2008