Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, Medical Malpractice Lawyer
A successful medical malpractice lawsuit requires the plaintiff to establish not only the negligence of a medical provider but also the fact that the error or malfeasance directly contributed to the damages or injuries claimed. This is called "causation". If, for example, you claim that your doctor or surgeon made a mistake while providing treatment, it doesn't necessarily mean that the courts will award damages.
Doctors make mistakes. We all do. But when negligence during surgery or a medication error or some other mistake by a medical provider leads to serious harm, the law states that you are entitled to compensation. We stand ready to represent you in your claim.
No lawyer fees or case costs unless you win money for your claim
James G. Gordon & Associates has earned a reputation for integrity and hard work in helping the victims of medical malpractice recover compensation for injuries and damages caused by medical negligence. For nearly 30 years, attorney James Gordon has been working with a network of many qualified medical experts, financial analysts and insurance professionals to determine the full amount of money damages for the victims of medical malpractice. In order to ensure that your case will receive the closest attention to detail, we are committed to handling only a limited number of medical malpractice cases.
"I promise that I will personally handle your claim." — James G. Gordon
As in any profession, mistakes are made. When these mistakes result in significant injury, the law provides a remedy in the form of money damages.
- Birth injuries
- Misdiagnosis and failure to diagnose a serious medical condition
- Errors in the detection and treatment of cancer
- Surgical errors
- Complications from vaccines
- Prescription errors
- Emergency room mistakes, EMT errors
- Dental malpractice, chiropractor negligence
Even if you started your claim with another attorney, we are ready to help. Contact us today. We have been providing effective trial representation for victims and their families in Pennsylvania and West Virginia courts for nearly 30 years.