Pittsburgh Medical Malpractice Law Firm
Our mission is to find solutions for people that have experienced devastating loss as a result of careless medical and hospital practice.
For over 40 years, our lawyers have successfully represented hundreds of individuals in medical malpractice, wrongful death and catastrophic injury cases, many of them cases against Western Pennsylvania’s largest hospitals, health care providers and insurance companies. The firm’s medical expertise and knowledge of Pennsylvania medical malpractice law has resulted in numerous record settlements and verdicts in Pittsburgh area courtrooms.
Attorney Jerry Meyers Named “Lawyer of the Year” in Best Lawyers
Each year, attorneys around the United States have an opportunity to nominate their peers to be recognized in Best Lawyers for their achievements in their field. In addition, a single attorney will be chosen as “Lawyer of the Year” for their location and specific practice area.
This year, Jerry Meyers was selected “Lawyer of the Year” in the field of Personal Injury Litigation for the Pittsburgh metropolitan area. Jerry was also recognized as a “Best Lawyer” for his work in Medical Malpractice Law (Plaintiffs) and Personal Injury Litigation (Plaintiffs) in Pennsylvania.
In addition, Charles Evans, Brendan Lupetin, and Gregory Unatin, also partners in the law firm of Meyers Evans Lupetin & Unatin have been recognized for their work in Personal Injury Litigation (Plaintiffs).
We are proud and honored to have been selected for recognition – and even more honored to be able to represent those that have been injured and need our help.
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At Meyers Evans Lupetin & Unatin, LLC, our attorneys provide representation to clients involved in serious medical malpractice and personal injury lawsuits including wrongful death, surgical accidents and brain damage. In some cases our clients have offered feedback about their experience working with our firm. Please take some time to review their comments. Some names have been changed to protect the privacy of our clients.
“Jerry Meyers is a dear friend of mine and, I can not begin to thank him for all that he has done for my family and me. He is very dedicated to his line of work. One could not ask for a better lawyer with his kind of experience, commitment, devotion, and his ability to give a voice to those who can not speak for themselves.”
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We keep the conversation open by having an open dialogue on issues of interest to legal & medical professionals, and anyone interested in or affected by medical malpractice or the health care industry.
A recent review of studies measuring the success of HPV immunization in reducing HPV infection, Genital Warts, and Cervical Intraepithelial shows a dramatic reduction in the instances precursors to cervical cancer in a wide range group of women from 13-29 years of age, as well as instances of genital warts among boys and young men. When a majority of population has been immunized, the virus is not able to propagate and be transmitted to the unvaccinated portion of the population.
Human Papillomavirus, better known as HPV, is a sexually transmitted infection that affects approximately 79 million mostly young Americans. In recent years, health care providers and researchers have led a concerted effort to stop the spread of HPV and for good reason – not only is HPV the most common infection among Americans, HPV infection causes several types of cancers, including cervical cancer, anal cancer, and cancers of the throat, base of the tongue and tonsils. According to the CDC, every year in the United States, HPV causes 33,700 cases of cancer in men and women.
Neither celebrity or character protect patients from medical malpractice. Note that this matter was settled privately and it is only because of hard working reporters that the public now has been informed. Since most serious cases are settled under confidentiality restrictions there is an ongoing silence about many careless acts resulting in many catastrophically injured patients.