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Should I have had a cesarean section? Was my baby injured because I did not have a cesarean section? Did my doctors wait too long to perform my cesarean section?   As birth injury lawyers we regularly hear these questions asked by mothers...
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Brendan Lupetin, Gregory Unatin and firm founder Jerry Meyers* represented the Miller family in a medical malpractice lawsuit against Tyrone Hospital in Blair County, Pennsylvania. After three years of litigation the case came to trial in the Court of Common...
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We are proud to announce that three of our attorneys have once been recognized for inclusion in the 27th Edition of "Best Lawyers in America©" for the following areas of practice: Charles Evans: Personal Injury Litigation - Plaintiffs Brendan Lupetin:...
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Surgical Procedure In Process
We all know that surgery can be scary. You have little control over when and where the procedure will take place. You completely give up control when you accept general anesthesia. You may feel that you have limited control over...
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Nearly everyone who visits a medical facility experiences errors, inconvenience, or aggravations at some point in time. Most of these create a minor annoyance. You go home, grumble to everyone in hearing distance, and then move on. But sometimes medical...
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Let Us Help You Find Out. The late U.S. Supreme Court Justice Potter Stewart once said that he couldn't define pornography but “knew it when he saw it”. Lots of folks believe the same principle applies to medical malpractice. They...
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Will Doctors And Hospitals Admit Mistakes?
See What the Federal Government Has to Say We trust in our healthcare because we must.  If medical malpractice happens and a loved one is seriously injured or killed, we expect hospitals and our healthcare providers to admit fault and...
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Residents of Western Pennsylvania are fortunate to have access to some of the best doctors and nurses in the nation. However, a recent national survey which measures preventable injuries and illnesses suggests several area hospitals, including two of the region’s...
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Radiology malpractice is more common than many people realize.  Over 80 million radiology examinations are performed in the United States every year.  These radiology examinations include Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI), Computed Tomography (CT or CAT scan), Positron Emission Tomography (PET...
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There are numerous VA Healthcare Systems and Hospitals available to veterans in Pennsylvania including the VA Pittsburgh Healthcare System – made up of the Pittsburgh VA Medical Center-University Drive in Oakland and the H. John Heinz III Department of Veterans...
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