Too often in medicine, insurance companies are calling the shots and making decisions that prioritize profits over patient safety. I have a great deal of respect for the medical profession, and I take filing a lawsuit seriously. But I have witnessed first-hand how corporate bureaucrats enrich themselves at the expense of doing what is right for doctors and nurses and most importantly, the patients who entrust their lives to those who provide medical care.
I have spent the last 25 years fighting for victims who have had their lives irreparably changed by the negligence and carelessness of others. I am a fierce advocate who will fight to get the answers and full compensation you deserve. I intentionally limit the number of cases I accept so I can focus significant time and attention on you. I take pride in getting to know you, your family and friends to fully understand the depth of your losses and harms so I can make a meaningful difference in your life.
My primary practice has focused on catastrophic medical malpractice and birth injury cases, but I have successfully handled personal injury and auto cases as well. No matter what area of the law, my ultimate goal in litigation is to make my clients whole to the greatest extent that the law allows. In doing so, and in holding those who cause harm accountable, we make our communities safer.
Contact me today at 412-368-0367 or 724-609-5658 for a free case evaluation.
Settlement for a catastrophically brain injured baby and his parents’ negligent
infliction of emotional distress.
Settlement negotiated on behalf of a young man who was rendered a quadriplegic after medical professionals failed to stabilize and quickly treat his neck injury.
Settlement for an infant who sustained a traumatic brain injury during the
labor and delivery process leading to a diagnosis of cerebral palsy.
Settlement for a woman who suffered catastrophic damages as a result of
a delayed diagnosis of cervical cancer.
$5.1 million verdict against UPMC for a woman whose critically low sodium was rapidly corrected leading to irreversible brain injury known as Central Pontine Myelinolysis (CPM).
Settlement on behalf of a child who sustained irreversible brain damage
after a negligent intubation.
Pre-litigation settlement on behalf of a couple who were traumatized after a botched in-vitro procedure.
Settlement on behalf of a woman who suffered irreversible brain damage,
Wernicke-Korsakoff Syndrome, after gastric bypass surgery.
Verdict for a Beaver County widow whose husband’s pulmonary embolism was
misdiagnosed as anxiety.