With more than 25 years of trial experience throughout Pennsylvania, New Jersey and nationwide, Eric H. Weitz who is always prepared to take a case to trial to secure fair compensation for his firm’s clients. That passion for justice is what makes The Weitz Firm, LLC, in Philadelphia one of the top boutique civil trial firms in the area.
Unfortunately, patient safety is not always guaranteed in the American health care system. If you have been the victim of medical malpractice, you most likely have many questions. What happened? Why? How? You could be facing disability that will last the rest of your life and injuries that limit your ability to take care of yourself. Our firm believes that preventable medical errors must be addressed. We take on patient safety cases not only to make our clients financially whole again, but to improve our clients’ lives as well as the quality of health care for everyone in the community.
Mr. Weitz is a battle-tested malpractice lawyer who regularly obtains multi-million-dollar verdicts and settlements for malpractice clients. We are prepared to represent clients in Pennsylvania, New Jersey and across the U.S., no matter how complex the fact pattern might be. A devastating personal injury like brain trauma or paralysis does not have to overwhelm your family with bills you cannot afford.
Business owners and consumers throughout Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, New Jersey and nationwide turn to Mr. Weitz and his team when they are in a dispute with a competitor, vendor or other company. Since 1992, Mr. Weitz has earned a reputation as a seasoned litigator and trial attorney who is committed to his clients. Our firm helps small businesses take big companies to court to obtain justice and hold others accountable for the harms they caused.
“Eric was there for me every step of the way. When the jurors saw how much he cared, they cared too.”
“Eric battled hard for us, as if he was fighting for justice for his own mother.”
“Eric took our case when no one else would. He helped us hold those responsible accountable. He got our family justice.”
At the Weitz Firm, we regularly discuss the damage that medical mistakes can cause for victims. Medical errors are a leading cause of death in the United States. Here, we want to highlight a recent story in the Philadelphia Enquirer that shows how one doctor learned from a mistake he made. Our Philadelphia medical malpractice […]
Military service members have never been able to file medical malpractice lawsuits for medical mistakes made my military healthcare professionals. Thanks to a new law that was passed by Congress and signed by the president, that is about to change. At the Weitz Firm, we have always stood up for victims who have been harmed […]
We hope that you and your family are staying healthy and safe in this unsettling time due to Coronavirus (COVID-19). We assure you that The Weitz Firm, LLC remains open and focused on our clients. While our physical offices are closed in order to comply with government orders and CDC recommendations, we remain working in a way to ensure the continued health and safety of our clients and staff. We are writing to let you know that we encourage you to communicate with us via email or telephone 267-587-6240 if you have questions about your case. While courts are closed, steps have been implemented to reschedule hearings and extend filing deadlines, as appropriate. Our staff is working remotely to continue to serve you at the highest level we can despite the widespread closure of Courts. Rest assured, our paramount concern is the health, safety and well-being of our clients, our staff and the communities which we serve.
Although our practice focuses on those preventable errors made when healthcare providers do things wrong, we must take this opportunity to express our appreciation when they get things right. Working countless hours with limited information, limited resources and unreliable supply chains to combat this novel virus, our nation’s healthcare providers are to be commended for their selfless efforts. Please join us in thanking and applauding their commitment.
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