Timothy R. Stevenson
Timothy R. Stevenson is a shareholder of Dickie, McCamey & Chilcote, P.C. He concentrates his practice in the area of toxic tort law, with an emphasis in asbestos and silica litigation. He also practices in business torts and commercial litigation with a particular emphasis in construction and surety law.
Mr. Stevenson has represented clients in mediations, arbitrations, and non-jury trials. His experience includes representation of owners, contractors, design professionals, suppliers, and sureties in private and publicly-funded projects. He has assisted in the prosecution and defense of mechanic’s lien actions, claims for contract funds, change orders, labor inefficiencies, delays, and other direct and indirect costs.
Mr. Stevenson represents manufacturers, suppliers, and construction clients in lawsuits involving claims for asbestos and silica exposure. He has been involved in various phases of litigation in hundreds of cases in southwestern Pennsylvania and throughout West Virginia.
- Successful defense and resolution of claim against concrete subcontractor arising from alleged defective installation at United States Air Force Base in California
- Representation of builder of apartment complex in lawsuit involving allegations of defective installation of shingles by the owner
- Involvement in various claims by contractors for change orders, labor inefficiency, delay costs, and penalty interest pursuant to the prompt payment acts
Admissions and Licenses
- Pennsylvania Bar Admission
- West Virginia Bar Admission
- United States District Court for the Western District of Pennsylvania
- United States District Court for the Southern District of West Virginia
- Allegheny County Bar Association
- Pennsylvania Bar Association
- The West Virginia Bar Association
- Belle Vernon Area High School (Assistant Debate Coach 1996–2002), guiding eight teams to Pennsylvania state tournament and one to national tournament
- University of Pittsburgh School of Law, J.D. (2003), cum laude; Certificate of Advanced Study in Health Law; Pittsburgh Journal of Technology Law & Policy (Staff Member)
- Washington & Jefferson College, B.A. (2000), cum laude, Political Science; James Clyde McGregor Prize in Political Science