Helping The People Of Johnstown For 40 Years
Attorney Jerry Meyers has been practicing law in Pennsylvania for over 40 years. He has helped hundreds of clients in some of the most notable medical malpractice cases in PA including cases against Conemaugh Valley Memorial Hospital in Johnstown.
Jerry Meyers and the attorneys of Meyers Evans Lupetin & Unatin represent people in Johnstown Pennsylvania in cases of medical malpractice, anesthesia errors resulting in permanent brain damage, birth injuries, delayed diagnosis or misdiagnosis of cervical cancer, surgical accidents, personal injury, and wrongful death.
If you live in the Johnstown area and have been affected by medical malpractice… We want to help you get the answers to your questions.
- Medical Malpractice By Your Physician
- Surgical Mistakes Due To Negligence
- Infant Injury Sustained During Childbirth
- Hypoxic Or Anoxic Brain Damage
- Cervical Cancer Misdiagnosis
- Breast Cancer Misdiagnosis
- Surgical Accidents
- Anesthesia Errors Resulting In Permanent Injury Or Death
- Personal Injury Due To The Actions Or Negligence Of Another
We urge you to contact our attorneys today. It is very important that you do not delay in speaking to an attorney in cases of medical malpractice or personal injury, as Pennsylvania law limits the amount of time you have in which to file. The Statute of Limitations may be as little as two years.
At Meyers Evans Lupetin & Unatin, we offer free consultations. In cases of medical malpractice we work on a contingent fee basis; you only pay if we recover financial compensation for you.
Serving Johnstown and all of Cambria County.
Johnstown Hospitals successfully sued by our law firm include Conemaugh Valley Memorial Hospital.
Attorney Jerry Meyers
With a background as a Navy Corpsman and a respiratory therapist, Jerry Meyers has a passion for helping people who have suffered needless injury at the hands of the medical industry. Attorney Meyers has dedicated his 40 year career to helping the people of Pennsylvania get answers and justice when it seemed they had nowhere else to turn. Learn more about Jerry Meyers.