James J. Sellitti

Ohio Valley Litigation Attorney

James J. Sellitti was born in Steubenville, Ohio, raised in Weirton, West Virginia and currently resides in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. He graduated cum laude from West Virginia University with a bachelor’s degree in business administration. Mr. Sellitti worked as a real estate broker in Morgantown, West Virginia, while in college and law school. He graduated from West Virginia University’s College of Law in 1980 where he was a member of the WVU Law Review. While in law school, Mr. Sellitti was also a member of the Marlyn E. Lugar Trial Association, which focused on providing students with courtroom experience.

Attorney Sellitti is licensed to practice law before the state courts of Pennsylvania and Ohio, as well as West Virginia State and Federal Courts. He is also admitted before the United States Supreme Court and the Supreme Courts of West Virginia, Ohio and Pennsylvania. Since graduating from law school, he has participated in numerous trial seminars sponsored by American Association for Justice, and the respective Ohio, West Virginia and Pennsylvania Associations for Justice.

Attorney Sellitti has over 30 years of trial experience and has received numerous jury verdicts and settlements in favor of his clients, many in excess of one million dollars. The lawyers at Sellitti, Nogay & McCune work together to achieve the best results for their clients.  In addition, he has tried an industrial accident case against the former Weirton Steel Corporation with his partner Joseph G. Nogay that resulted in a substantial verdict for their client. Attorneys Sellitti and Nogay have also successfully litigated medical malpractice cases in Ohio and Pennsylvania that have resulted in significant settlements.

Attorney Sellitti has represented clients in oil and gas lease negotiation and litigation and in various types of personal injury and wrongful death cases including, but not limited to:

Attorney Sellitti is a member of the West Virginia, Pennsylvania and Ohio Association for Justice, and the American Association for Justice. He is former president of the Weirton Big Brothers Big Sisters organization. Contact our office today to have Mr. Sellitti or another one of our attorneys at Sellitti, Nogay & McCune review your case.

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