In most circumstances our cases are private, but when the details have been made public prior to our becoming involved (such as by the media), we are able to share certain information about the case.
UPMC Mold lawsuits
UPMC Mold lawsuits – Estate of DuVall v. UPMC Presbyterian & Paris Cleaners Inc. et al., Estate of Krieg v. UPMC Montefiore & Paris Cleaners Inc. et al., Estate of Haines v. UPMC Shadyside & Paris Cleaners Inc. et al., and Estate of Landman v. UPMC Shadyside & Paris Cleaners Inc. et al. – a series of wrongful death lawsuits arising from an outbreak of deadly mold infections alleged to have been caused by the hospital system’s environment and/or linens supplied by the Paris Laundry company. Read more about this case at CNN, “Lawsuit alleges sixth death linked to Pittsburgh hospital mold outbreak”. There are in fact seven deaths alleged to have resulted from this Pittsburgh hospital mold outbreak. Watch an investigative interview about the case on WTAE news, “Victim’s family outraged after linen company is implicated in UPMC mold lawsuit”. This case is being litigated by firm Partners Jerry Meyers, Brendan Lupetin and Gregory Unatin.
Hoyman v. UPMC
Hoyman v. UPMC – Class action lawsuit on behalf of thousands of patients alleging that the hospital system’s failure to report an employee’s drug abuse resulted in thousands of patients being exposed to the risk of hepatitis C infection. Read more about the case at Law360 “UPMC Faces Class Action Over Worker’s Spread Of Hep C”. This case is being litigated by Attorney Brendan Lupetin.
Alwine v. South Hills Endoscopy Center – Class action lawsuit on behalf of hundreds of patients alleging that the Center exposed them to a variety of diseases as a result of improper cleaning of endoscopes. This case is being litigated by Attorney Brendan Lupetin.
Our Pittsburgh law firm provides representation to clients involved in serious medical malpractice and personal injury lawsuits including wrongful death, surgical accidents, delayed diagnosis, childbirth injuries, and traumatic brain damage.
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