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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 Pittsburgh attorneys of Lupetin & Unatin are here for you.


Our Team

Meet Our Attorneys

The Pittsburgh medical malpractice attorneys of 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.


From Our Clients

Our medical malpractice lawyers have successfully represented hundreds of individuals in 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.


When your life has been turned upside down by medical malpractice and your lawyer believes you have a case, you will want to know, “how will my medical malpractice settlement be calculated?”  In other words, how will you know what is a fair amount of money to settle your medical malpractice lawsuit? 

Notable Cases

A patient suffered permanent brain damage during an MRI at Tyrone Hospital. After three years of litigation, Brendan Lupetin and Greg Unatin just completed a trial of the case which resulted in a jury award for the patient of $10.83 million dollars.


Technically, a medical malpractice claim can settle at any time – before suit is filed, right after suit is filed, just before trial, during trial, or after a jury trial. Most frequently, however, medical malpractice lawsuits settle in the month or two before a jury trial.  

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