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The spine is very much like the brain. It is a bundle of nerves, requires blood supply and is absolutely vital to life and health. It is also vulnerable to various injuries, from infection to strokes.

Biancheria & Maliver P.C. has seen many, many sad cases of paralysis that should not have happened. Medical malpractice was the cause, in the form of failure to identify infection or other problems. Even patients in severe pain have been treated casually, when serious and thorough examination was warranted. One patient was told he had back strain, when he actually had a serious condition that eventually resulted in partial paralysis.

Standard of Care

Any definition of medical negligence includes failure to adhere to standards in the medical community. Sometimes these standards are even documented, as with the American Society of Anesthesiologists.

A past client was negligently placed on an ordinary hospital floor when he should have been in the intensive care unit. He should have been monitored according to appropriate guidelines, such as a check every 15 minutes during the first hour, then less frequently. As a result of neglect, he is now paralyzed from the waist down. Another patient's spinal bleeding went undiagnosed and he permanently lost the control of his bowels and bladder.

Pittsburgh Paralysis Lawyer

As a third-generation physician, Deborah Maliver does not take suing doctors lightly. However, those whose carelessness, even arrogance, results in serious or permanent injury to others well deserve to face consequences. More importantly, those injured deserve a tireless advocate dedicated to maximizing the compensation they obtain for their present and future care.

Pittsburgh Paralysis Lawyer

Talk to an attorney who is also a physician. Attorney Maliver is familiar with the appropriate standards of care. We accept all of our cases on a contingent-fee basis, which means that you pay no attorneys' fees unless your case settles or wins at trial.

For additional information about our services, contact a medical malpractice attorney at Biancheria & Maliver in Pittsburgh for a free consultation.