Referrals, Co-Counsel and Mediation Services in PA, OH and WV Medical Malpractice and Nursing Home Abuse Matters
Over the past 20 years, our firm paid out millions of dollars in referral fees to licensed attorneys through our successful representation of clients in the areas of medical malpractice and nursing home abuse cases. If your firm has medical malpractice or nursing home negligence cases – sure to be expensive, complex and protracted – consider referring those cases to our veteran litigation team.
Our Pittsburgh-based firm accepts referred cases of the most complex medical variety, and we can help your clients succeed in their pursuit of justice. Medical malpractice and nursing home negligence cases can be expensive, and the litigation can be complex and protracted. These cases can be a drain on a firm’s resources.
If your firm has cases involving medical malpractice, nursing home abuse, or vaccine injuries, make the choice to refer those cases to our veteran litigation and trial team who are imaginative and persistent.
Having a relationship with our experienced team enhances the prestige of your practice and can reduce the drain on your firm’s resources. We welcome getting to know more about your practice to assist with establishing a referral relationship that works for your firm. Contact us to review your case so we can determine whether a referral to our firm is in everyone’s best interest at 412-338-1800.
If you’re handling a case and you believe your client would be better served by working together with our team on a co-counsel basis, reach out to our team today at 412-338-1800. Massa Butler Giglione welcomes consideration of co-counsel agreements.
Peter D. Giglione is a certified mediator in PA and with his litigation and trial expertise, he is a tremendous resource for attorneys who seek an expert mediator. Pete has prior experience as a defense attorney, and now practices as plaintiff’s attorney. Pete has also received comprehensive mediation training, which has provided him with a unique background that allows him to objectively evaluate cases involving medical malpractice, nursing home neglect, premises and products liability, automobile accidents, and other civil cases.