Pittsburgh Pennsylvania Medical Malpractice Attorneys

The Pittsburgh law firm of Richards & Richards was established in 1968 by the late John Richards, Jr. The firm is now managed by his children Veronica A. Richards and John T. Richards, III. The firm has four attorneys, each with their own unique qualifications. We are dedicated to helping people who have been the victims of medical malpractice, doctor negligence or suffered a catastrophic injury because of someone else's carelessness.

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Veronica A. Richards , who oversees the medical malpractice department, worked as a nurse practitioner and hospital administrator before joining the law firm as an attorney. Attorney Sandra S. Neuman brings years of experience in doctor and hospital negligence cases. She works to review every suspected case of medical malpractice that resulted in serious injury or death of a loved one.

John T. Richards, III and Jennifer Rea Abel handle the estate planning and real estate practice. For more information please click here.

Standing Up for Injured Patients Throughout Pennsylvania

In addition to our ability to review medical documents and understand the jargon used by health care professionals, we regularly consult with recognized physicians, medical specialists, and nurses for input in evaluating your treatment, your future recovery and your need for future medical services.

Because of our strong belief in improved patient safety by holding physicians and medical professionals accountable to the patients they treat, we are very selective about the cases we agree to take. Our clients generally come to us with the most severe types of injuries and suffer long-term disability as a result of medical negligence . Since we recognize that many of the cases we decline to take do have merit, we try to help you get representation from other qualified medical malpractice attorneys in the area.

When you meet with us to discuss a medical malpractice claim, you can be assured that we won't put pressure on you to do what you're not willing to do. We will explain how we think we can help you and then move forward with our investigation - all at no charge to you. We will keep in touch with you throughout the lawsuit process; you are always free to call us for any reason.

Free Case Evaluation

If you were a victim of doctor negligence, contact an experienced lawyer at our law office in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, or call us at 866-740-3999 for a free consultation with a medical malpractice lawyer.

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