Harry S. Cohen & Associates,
Pittsburgh Medical Malpractice Lawyers

For over 30 years, Harry S. Cohen & Associates has been the preeminent Law Firm in the Pittsburgh Region concentrating exclusively in medical malpractice on behalf of patients and their families. We have successfully handled every aspect of medical malpractice, recovering over $100 million for our clients. While we concentrate heavily in birth injury cases, Mr. Cohen and the Firm’s legal staff of lawyers and medical experts have all contributed to set record verdicts and settlements for surgical errors, delayed diagnosis of cancer, emergency room errors and many other areas of medical negligence.

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Shaping Medical Malpractice Law in Pennsylvania

Over the years, Harry S. Cohen & Associates has prevailed in cases that have not only enhanced the lives of their clients, but have also changed the landscape of the legal field in the Pittsburgh region as well as the state of Pennsylvania. The attorneys at Harry S. Cohen & Associates have accumulated rulings from judges that have benefitted all medical malpractice plaintiffs in the state. Harry S. Cohen & Associates has been a leader in advocating for the rights of medical malpractice plaintiffs, and cases showcasing these results can be found in our Landmark Cases section.

These Landmark Cases were not only important to our clients, but they have shaped the body of law in Pennsylvania that protects the rights of patients and plaintiffs in medical malpractice cases.

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Located in downtown Pittsburgh,
Harry S. Cohen & Associates has been dedicated to serving the Greater Pittsburgh and Tri-State areas for over three decades.

Areas of Expertise

If you or someone you love were seriously injured by medical malpractice, wouldn’t you want to be represented by attorneys who have a wealth of experience handling medical malpractice cases?