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Deborah Maliver
Worked at Biancheria & Maliver
Attended Albert Einstein College of Medicine
Lives in Pittsburgh, PA
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Congratulations to +Deborah Maliver for being named a 2015 Pennsylvania #SuperLawyer  Top 50 Lawyers Pittsburgh, Top 100 Lawyers Pennsylvania and Top 50 Women Pennsylvania for #medicalmalpractice  
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Hypoxic Ischemic Encephalopathy (HIE), otherwise known as birth asphyxia, happens when a newborn baby lacks oxygen to the brain leading up to or during birth. HIE occurs on an average of between two and nine instances per thousand live births. #MedicalMalpractice   #Lawyer   #Attorney  
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As you may already think, #medicalerrors are still underreported. Reporting errors gives a teaching opportunity to those in the medical field and can help stop the same errors from occurring again. #pittsburghmedicalmalpracticeattorney #pennsylvaniamedicalmalpracticeattorney
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Please visit our new #ErieMedicalMalpractice  Office
1001 State Street #1400, Erie, Pennsylvania 16501
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#PittsburghMedicalMalpracticeLawyer  +Biancheria & Maliver P.C. firm overview video where I discuss my background as a physician who transitioned in medical negligence and the law.  

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After the #death  of #JoanRivers  following a surgery at an #outpatient  center, questions have been arising about whether or not they can get away with more. Patients are concerned that doctors are sending them to these venues to make money quicker and not have the long-term care. #PennsylvaniaMedicalMalpracticeLawyer  
Should we be concerned about #outpatient  facilities? With more of these places popping up in the US, are doctors using these venues for a quick release of patients rather than keeping them in long-term care? With the loss of #JoanRivers  recently because of a surgery at one of these facilities, questions have been arising. #PennsylvaniaMedicalMalpracticeAttorney   #PittsburghMedicalMalpracticeAttorney  
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Medical Malpractice Attorney and Board Certified Physician
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I believe that through the work I do that injured people are compensated and medical care may change for the better sometimes.
  • Albert Einstein College of Medicine
    Medicine, 1978 - 1982
  • Weill Medical College of Cornell University
    Internal Medicine Residency, 1982 - 1985
  • University of Pittsburgh School of Law
    Law, 1992 - 1995
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Deborah Pollack Maliver
I am a plaintiff's medical malpractice attorney and advocate for better health care and patients' rights.
As a board-certified internist and trial attorney I am able to assess and prosecute cases with proficency and skill
  • Biancheria & Maliver
    Medical Malpractice Lawyer
    Medical Malpractice trial lawyer. I do my cases from intake to verdict or settlement as the case may be.
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