Frischman & Rizza, P.C. – Personal Injury & Medical Malpractice
The attorneys at Frischman & Rizza, P.C., use their more than 65 years of combined experience and their in-depth knowledge of Pennsylvania personal injury and medical malpractice law to build the strongest possible cases for injured clients.
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Posted by Frischman & Rizza, P.C. on Tuesday, March 15, 2016
There are things that we all do even though we know we should not. It seems that risky behavior while driving is universal, in fact, AAA says about 87% of drivers engaged in at least one risky behavior – from speeding to texting — while behind the wheel within the past 30 days.
- Previous research by NHTSA estimates that distracted driving is a factor in at least 3,000 deaths per year, though the actual number is likely much higher. Drivers who take their eyes off the road for more than two seconds can double their risk of being in a crash.
Two seconds is all it takes to double you risk of crashing – and the average time it takes to read a text message…5 seconds. Even though distracted driving claims more than 3,500 lives each year there is still not much of a social stigma attached to texting and driving. With 42% of those surveyed by AAA reporting that they have texted and while driving it seems to be something that is done by everyone at all times.
At Frischman and Rizza we are called on every day to help rebuild whole lives that are shattered by tragic – often avoidable – accidents. Each wrongful death, broken spine, shattered bone, pulled muscle, or concussion is a wrong that we over 60 years of experience to help right. Sometimes this means going to trial, often it is pursuing a fair settlement for losses, and everytime it is about rebuilding lives one case at a time.
The victims of medical malpractice can find themselves facing a lifetime of disability due and may have no clear path towards becoming well again. In these cases the only way to bring about anything close to fairness is through monetary compensation.
But not every case where a doctor makes a mistake is Malpractice. Doctors must demonstrate negligence or lack of awareness to complications that are trained for through years of education and medical experience. Proving malpractice over a non-avoidable error can require highly trained experts.
7.4% of physicians have Malpractice Suits brought against them annually
Only 1.6% of physicians have to pay out to plaintiffs
At Frischman and Rizza we have a team of experienced lawyers, access to leading experts across all medical fields, a compassionate staff that understands that provides an encouraging environment, and a history of won cases totaling millions of dollars. There is no fee for our services unless we win your case.