At the law firm of Biancheria & Maliver P.C. in Pittsburgh, our attorneys' concentration on the most serious and complex medical malpractice cases means that many of our clients are the surviving families of patients who died as the result of a surgical error, a misdiagnosed stroke or other instance of medical negligence.
Our experience with the representation of wrongful death plaintiffs means that our client service will be sensitive to the full range of your personal and legal needs as you adjust to the loss of a member of your family. For more information about the range of our services in a fatal medical malpractice case, contact one of our attorneys for a free case evaluation by calling 412-567-5433 or toll free 866-683-6559.
Skillfully Handling Tragic Medical Malpractice Situations That Result in Fatality
Our lawyers represent wrongful death plaintiffs in cases involving the following types of medical malpractice:
- Misdiagnosis of cancer
- Surgical malpractice
- Medication errors
- Hospital negligence
- Pulmonary embolism
- Misdiagnosis of heart attack or stroke
- Negligent treatment of infection
- Emergency medicine malpractice
In wrongful death cases, the damages to which the victim would have been entitled go to his or her estate, to be distributed to the heirs. Certain surviving family members are also entitled to recover damages, such as loss of support, companionship and guidance, due to the victim's death.
We Investigate Thoroughly To Present A Clear Case For Full Compensation
Our careful development and presentation of the facts that demonstrate the defendant's liability and the full amount of your damages helps ensure not only that the negligent physician or hospital will be held to account, but also that no component of your loss will be overlooked in your demand for compensation.
For additional information about our ability to help your family in the aftermath of a medical malpractice fatality, contact a wrongful death lawyer at Biancheria & Maliver P.C. in Pittsburgh today and schedule a free case evaluation with Deborah Maliver, who is both an experienced attorney and physician.