Frischman & Rizza, P.C.

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Frischman & Rizza, P.C. – Personal Injury & Medical Malpractice

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Craig Frischman & Bernard Rizza are bulwarks in the Medical Malpractice and Auto Injury arena. They have both earned the title of Super Lawyer and have won millions of dollars for their clients. With a 10 of 10 rating on AVVO and a veteran staff, this is the team your case deserves.

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No Obligation Case Review

Medical Malpractice and Auto Injuries are common but difficult to prove. We do the work to make sure you receive the best payment from a guilty party.

Millions in Recoveries

$6.5 Million

$6.5 Million

Combined Recoveries for infants who suffered birth injuries.

$5.85 Million

$5.85 Million

Recovery for a woman who became paralyzed from an undiagnosed spine fracture following​ a traumatic injury.

$5.2 Million

$5.2 Million

Combined recoveries for failure to diagnose spinal epidural abscess or hematoma in patients resulting in paralysis from the mid-chest down along with the loss of bowel and bladder function.

$4.2 Million

$4.2 Million

combined recovery for patients who sustained bile duct injuries during gallbladder surgery.

$3 Million

$3 Million

Recovery for a patient who suffered burn injuries in an operating room fire.

$2.4 Million

$2.4 Million

Combined Recovery for brother and sister who suffered serious injuries in a motor vehicle collision.

$2.1 Million

$2.1 Million

Recovery for failure to monitor patient’s vital signs during​ an out-patient surgical procedure resulting in irreversible brain damage and death.

$2+ Million

$2+ Million

Combined recoveries for patients injured by medication errors.

$1.95 Million

$1.95 Million

Recovery for failure to timely diagnose and treat breast cancer resulting in worsening prognosis.

$1.68 Million

$1.68 Million

Combined recoveries for 2 patients whose arm nerves were injured from needle placement.

$1.6 Million

$1.6 Million

Recovery for a woman who suffered from a fatal post-operative bleed.

$1.6 Million

$1.6 Million

Combined recoveries for failure to diagnose early stage melanoma resulting in significant worsening​ of prognosis.

$1.5 Million

$1.5 Million

Recovery for a patient who suffered multi-organ failure​ and death from drug toxicity.

$1.5 Million

$1.5 Million

Failure to diagnose colon cancer in high-risk middle-aged​ person resulting in death.

Contingency Based Firm:

 It is simple, if we don’t win your case – you don’t pay anything at all. If we do win, there will be a percentage based fee on the total awarded sum.

Where to Look for Medical Malpractice

Attorney Bernard Rizza explains the 3 most common types of medical malpractice. Delayed / misdiagnosis, surgical complication, and medication errors.

Frlawpa Spotlight - Shoulder Dystocia:

-Occurs in up to 3% of Vaginal Births

-Injury to the nerves of the shoulder, arms and hand. This may cause shaking or paralysis.

-Lack of oxygen to the brain. In the most severe cases, which are rare, this can cause brain damage and even death.

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Since 2000, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) reports that it has received more than 95,000 complaints of medication errors, though the actual number of errors, the FDA states, is likely higher. .

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Medical Errors are common and can be deadly. But proving malpractice is more difficult than TV would have you think. Only 4% of lawsuits brought against doctors end in a payout. This is because details get lost over time and the process in place to investigate malpractice is complicated. Finding good representation quickly is the best action to take if you think you have a case.

Allegheny County is #2 for distracted driving citations. Most citations are given in May and can set you back $50. Reading a text message takes eyes off the road for an average of 4 seconds. At high speeds that is driving blind for half a football field.