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Joshua Berger

Joshua L. Berger

PARTNER

SuperLawyers Award

Joshua L. Berger is a Partner in the law firm of Berger & Lagnese, LLC

Joshua Berger received a B.A. in Political Science from University of Wisconsin-Madison in 1982 and a J.D. from University of Pittsburgh in 1986 where he was the Managing Editor of the Journal of Law and Commerce (1985-86) and Legal Writing Teaching Assistant.

Today, Joshua represents individuals who have been injured or killed as a result of medical malpractice, truck accidents, car accidents, industrial accidents, defective products, unsafe property, and other personal injury cases. Joshua has worked on many cases involving the misdiagnosis or failure to diagnose cancer, including breast cancer, cervical cancer, bladder cancer, melanoma, endometrial cancer, and thyroid cancer.  He has also worked on many cases involving surgical mistakes, including hernia surgery, gallbladder surgery, and spine surgery and has obtained significant jury verdicts and settlements in these cases.

Joshua is board certified in Medical Malpractice Law by the American Board of Professional Liability Attorneys and was selected one of the “Best Lawyers in America.  Joshua has the honor of the highest rating (AV) in Legal Ability & Ethical Standards from Martindale-Hubbel, and is rated as one of Pennsylvania’s Super Lawyers.

Education:

  • University of Wisconsin-Madison, B.A. Political Science
  • University of Pittsburgh, J.D.

Bar Admissions:

Pennsylvania Bar

Professional Association & Memberships:

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