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Medical Malpractice and Personal Injury Case Process, by Mike George, Pittsburgh Injury Lawyer

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Published on Jun 9, 2009

When an attorney takes your case, they must prepare that case for trial. Not all cases go to trial but you must be sure the attorney you have will take the case the whole way if needed. If you've been injured or lost a loved one due to medical malpractice, the failure to diagnose an illness, a car accident, a construction accident, defective product, truck accident or any other circumstance that could have been avoided, I can help you get the compensation you deserve. I'm Attorney Mike George, and my Pittsburgh law firm is devoted to pursuing fair money damages for the victims of medical malpractice, personal injuries and wrongful death.
As the son of an anesthesiologist who frequently participated in peer reviews, I learned early on that doctors are regular human beings who make human mistakes and that their mistakes can have devastating consequences for their patients.
After graduating law school in 1985, I went to work at a small general practice law firm and gravitated toward working on medical negligence, personal injury and wrongful death cases because they gave me the opportunity to help regular people with serious problems.
Now, as head of my own law firm, I handle every case personally from beginning to end. I do not hand off cases to other attorneys. From the moment we file your injury claim, the other side will see that you have an experienced trial lawyer on your side.
I handle cases across Western Pennsylvania in places like Pittsburgh, Johnstown, Altoona, State College, Somerset, Butler, Oil City, Warren, Meadville, Grove City, Uniontown, Greensburg, Erie and more. I am familiar with the court system in every county in Pennsylvania from the big city in Allegheny to Cameron and Elk Counties.

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