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If you or one of your family members sustained injuries or wrongful death caused by medical malpractice or a defective drug or medical device, please contact Feldman & Pinto today to schedule a free consultation with one of our Philadelphia personal injury lawyers. Even if our firm cannot represent you, we will help you find the right law firm to assist you with your case.
Feldman & Pinto’s Pennsylvania Opioid Litigation Lawyers offer representation to entities affected by the opioid epidemic.
- Governmental and Private Entities may be entitled to compensation from prescription opioid manufacturers for losses incurred as a result of the opioid epidemic.
- Note: we no longer handle cases for individuals affected by opioid addiction (Personal Injury)
Defective Drug & Device Injuries
Feldman & Pinto’s Philadelphia Drug / Device injury Lawyers bring lawsuits against companies that have caused personal injuries and wrongful deaths due to defective and dangerous drugs (pharmaceuticals) and medical devices.
Feldman & Pinto’s Philadelphia personal injury attorneys have obtained millions in settlements and verdicts for clients injured in this manner.
To contact us, call 215-546-2604 or send us an email below:
Feldman & Pinto is the First Philadelphia
Trial Law Firm Owned Exclusively by Women
Feldman & Pinto are Recognized Leaders
Two Feldman & Pinto attorneys have been recognized by Super Lawyers as top-rated Philadelphia attorneys since 2005—and have been listed in Best Lawyers in America© since 2006. The firm has also received Philadelphia Tier 1 Ranking in Personal Injury Litigation – Plaintiffs in U.S. News – Best Lawyers® “Best Law Firms” since 2010.
Feldman & Pinto attorneys have also served as board members of:
These organizations work to provide equal access to the court system. They also strive to offer free legal services to citizens who cannot pay for legal representation.
Feldman & Pinto attorneys have also served on the Philadelphia Bar Association’s Judicial Selection Committee. This committee evaluates the qualifications of candidates running for judicial positions.