Medical Malpractice & Personal Injury

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Attorney Referrals

We welcome and appreciate case referrals from other attorneys. Let us help you obtain the best possible outcome for you and your client.  Our firm focuses on personal injury cases involving medical malpractice, catastrophic injuries, and wrongful death. We are currently accepting new cases and would be honored to review any case that is referred to us. Call us at (412) 281-4100 or use the contact form to send us an email.

Why Refer To Lupetin & Unatin?

  • We have been recognized multiple times for securing some of the largest verdicts and settlements in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.  Our proven track record of success in and out of the courtroom directly benefits you and the clients you refer.
  • We have the financial resources, manpower, and expertise to handle your complex cases.
  • We typically offer a generous referral fee based on a percentage of the attorneys’ fees collected, and will be happy to discuss the details at the time of referral.
  • We pride ourselves on providing your clients with exceptional customer care and answers to all of their questions.
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Co-Counsel Arrangements

Lupetin & Unatin enjoys the synergy of working with other attorneys and law firms. Let us know if you have a case that would benefit from our experience, resources, and partnership. Lupetin & Unatin is a collaborative law firm that has participated in numerous successful co-counsel and joint venture relationships. We would welcome the opportunity to work with you on the right case.

Tips For Referring A Medical Malpractice Case

  • Never worry about wasting our time or your client’s time.  And, don’t worry about not answering the question “Do I have a case?”.  Remember, the person who contacted you already suspects a doctor or hospital made a mistake.  In the hands of the attorneys at Lupetin & Unatin, your clients will come to understand whether they were truly victims of medical malpractice.
  • Don’t hesitate for fear the case may be too small or too difficult to prove.  We review medical malpractice inquires day in and day out.  It’s our job to spot a valid case.  It’s your job to spot a client in need of estate planning or help with a commercial transaction.  Leave the medical mysteries to us.
  • We are grateful for the opportunity to speak with you, or your former clients, about a potential medical malpractice lawsuit.  Individuals and families dealing with illness or injury have high levels of stress, anxiety, and uncertainty about the future.  Whether you refer a former client, friend or family member, we can help put their mind at ease.
  • Our investigation may not result in a valid case.  But the value to your client is priceless.  Who knows, maybe the next call from a former client will be the call that leads to a recovery which can bring financial security for your client, and your firm, for years to come.

The Trial & Medical Error Podcast

Welcome to Lupetin & Unatin’s Podcast, Trial and Medical Error, where we bridge the gap between medicine and law and unlock groundbreaking trial techniques.  Join hosts Brendan Lupetin and Greg Unatin, as we share novel insights and strategies to help you confidently tackle the most complicated cases.

$1M Verdict in Pennsylvania’s Fayette County With Tom Crenney and James Tallman

In Pennsylvania, plaintiff lawyers call Fayette County “Fayette-Nam.” They say jurors are anti-establishment. They say it’s one of the toughest counties in the Commonwealth. They say job one is to get their case out of Fayette County. James Tallman and Tom Crenney tried their med mal case in Fayette County. They won. In this episode of Just Verdicts, James and Tom tell host Brendan Lupetin how they prevailed on behalf of the family of a 35-year-old woman who died after what should have been a routine gallbladder surgery. They recall jitters, such as when their expert witness had to testify via Zoom. Would the wifi work? They share surprises: What did the jury really care about in the defendant doctor’s testimony? They describe how they argued for damages: “the old-fashioned way.”

How to Find Your Flaws Before the Jury Does With Trial Consultant Mark Schultz

Mark Schultz has regularly utilized focus groups for over 35 years and has become a firm believer in their necessity as part of the discovery and trial preparation process. Mark reveals what sparked his interest in focus groups, shares pro-tips for formatting your focus groups, common pitfalls to avoid, issue spotting, and how to do concept focus groups to improve your chances of success.

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