Pittsburgh Medical Malpractice Law Firm
Behind each and every important medical malpractice case is a person whose life has been ruined. It is the job of a medical malpractice attorney to unravel the mystery which often conceals the true circumstances which lead to a medical disaster. Armed with knowledge, a patient is empowered to seek and find justice.
The attorneys of Meyers Evans Lupetin & Unatin are dedicated to helping victims and their families in cases of medical malpractice, brain injuries, cancer misdiagnosis, birth injury, personal injury, and wrongful death.
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.
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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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