About

At Dimond Law Office, we realize our clients have the ability to choose from many different options in the legal community.  We distinguish ourselves from the rest by our core principles of representation:  expertise, personalized service and efficiency.

Thomas Dimond opened Dimond Law Office after over a decade working in some of the areas best law firms.  After graduating from Duquesne University School of Law in 2004, Mr. Dimond began working in general practice firms specializing in medical malpractice, personal injury and criminal cases.  He then decided to concentrate his practice in bankruptcy and restructuring, business and corporate law, real estate law and estate planning.  Since then he has worked for one of the largest debtors’ rights law firms in the country, and most recently the premier creditors’ rights firm in Pittsburgh.

While working at these firms developed a strong knowledge base, Mr. Dimond recognized many clients could be better served with a more tailored, efficient representation.  He experienced first hand the frustrations many clients had with seeking legal representation from larger firms and believed he could provide a better opportunity for his clients.  Dimond Law Office is the realization of this vision to provide expert legal advice with personalized service and efficiency.

What does this mean for our clients?

Our clients can rest assured they will receive expert legal advice and be represented by the attorney they hire, not an associate or less experienced attorney.

Clients can expect responsive communications within twenty-four hours of receipt of a message or email and same day information with respect to any court hearings or legal process.

Clients can depend on personalized service – that they will receive tailored legal advice that addresses their needs in the most efficient and cost effective manner.

At Dimond Law Office, we seek to form long-term relationships with our clients through our core principles of representation.  By doing so, we hope to serve or clients not only in their immediate time of need but into the future.