Dr. Deborah Maliver is a third generation doctor. Dr. Maliver's parents and grandparents were physicians and, as a child growing up, she recalls discussing medicine often around the dinner table. With a strong desire to keep up the family tradition, she graduated from the University of North Carolina Greensboro with a BS in biology and attended Albert Einstein College of Medicine.
Dr. Maliver has extensive experience in caring for adult patients with illnesses like diabetes, high blood pressure, heart disease and cancer. One of her career goals as a physician was to screen for preventable diseases such as breast and colon cancer. She also started a small solo practice in Indiana, PA, where she cared for patients in her office as well as the hospital and Intensive Care Unit. It is this real-life experience that caused Dr. Maliver to notice the errors being made in patient care. She realized that the medical field had no way of policing itself.
It was at this point in her life that she discovered there was a need for qualified medical malpractice attorneys. After completing her law degree from the University of Pittsburgh School of Law, she joined Christine Biancheria to form a small medical malpractice law firm in Pittsburgh . She believes a small law firm can provide the type of individual attention and care that clients deserve when they have become the victim of medical malpractice.
Because of her extensive medical expertise, Dr. Maliver understands the treatments and diseases people are talking about when they call her. She personally overseas every case and does not rely on a third-party explanation. Dr. Maliver was once a part of the healthcare system, and she knows exactly what questions to ask and where to look for answers.
As a physician, Dr. Maliver does not take suing a doctor lightly. However, she believes all doctors have a duty to do their very best for patients and their families. When a doctor makes a mistake, it is her job to ensure her clients get a full financial recovery. Money cannot fix the injury or bring someone back, but it can compensate people for medical bills, lost work, pain and suffering, loss of head of household by children, and the loss of your quality of life.
"If you believe you have been the victim of medical malpractice, please call us today. Although we are very selective, I give the same amount of attention to every person that calls or emails me. We are licensed to practice in both Pennsylvania and West Virginia . If you cannot come to us, we will be happy to come to you." ---- Deborah Maliver, MD , Esq.
Licensed since 1995
I endorse this lawyer. Deb has a reputation of being not only one of the smartest medical malpractice attorneys in the community, but also one of the most effective and passionate lawyers. She cares about her clients and not just the cases.
Noah Fardo Medical Malpractice Attorney
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|Award Name||Grantor||Date Granted|
|Super Lawyer||Super Lawyers||2015|
|Top 50 Lawyers Pittsburgh||Super Lawyers||2015|
|Top 50 Women Lawyers Pennsylvania||Super Lawyers||2015|
|Top 100 Lawyers Pennsylvania||Super Lawyers||2015|
|Top 50 Women Lawyers in Pennsylvania||Super Lawyers||2014|
|Top 50 Pittsburgh||Super Lawyers||2014|
|Super Lawyer||Super Lawyers||2014|
|Top 50 Women Lawyers Pennsylvania||Super Lawyers||2013|
|Top 50 Lawyers Pittsburgh||Super Lawyers||2013|
|Super Lawyer||Super Lawyers||2013|
|Super Lawyer||Super Lawyers||2012|
|Rising Stars||Pennsylvania Super Lawyers||2005|
|Partner||Biancheria & Maliver, PC||1995 - Present|
|Owner||Private Practice, Internal Medicine||1985 - 1992|
|Cornell Medical Center and Memorial Sloan-Kettering, Resident||New York Hospital||1982 - 1985|
|Cornell Medical Center and Memorial Sloan-Kettering, Intern||New York Hospital||1982 - 1983|
|Association Name||Position Name||Duration|
|Pittsburgh Action Against Rape (PAAR)||Board of Governors||2013 - Present|
|Pennsylvania Association For Justice||Board of Governors||2013 - Present|
|Western Pennsylvania Trial Lawyers Association||Board of Governors||2012 - Present|
|Women's Bar Association of Western Pennsylvania||N/A||2012 - Present|
|Alpha Omege Alpha||N/A||N/A|
|American Medical Association||N/A||N/A|
|Academy of Trial Lawyers of Allegheny County||N/A||N/A|
|American College of Legal Medicine||Fellow||N/A|
|Allegheny County Bar Association||N/A||N/A|
|West Virginia Bar Association||N/A||N/A|
|Pennsylvania Bar Association||N/A||N/A|
|Pennsylvania Association for Justice||N/A||N/A|
|American Association for Justice||N/A||N/A|
|Laura Thomas and Bryan Thomas, her husband, Plaintiffs, vs. Michael Abdul-Malak and United States of America, Defendants||Plaintiff Verdict $1,728,314.33|
|Bliley vs. Hoppe et al.||Plaintiff Verdict of $3,549,000 in addition to $500,000 agreed to pay by Dr. McGovern|
|Ronald Yuhas and Judith Yuhas, his wife, vs. Sandeep Sahota, UPMC McKeesport, UPMC Health System, and V. Edgardo Reyes||Verdict against Sandeep Sahota, M.D. and UPMC McKeesport in the amount of $780,000|
|University of Pittsburgh Law Review||Out of the Fryeing Pan and into Daubert||1994|
|University of Pittsburgh School of Law||Law||JD - Juris Doctor||1995|
|University of North Carolina, Greensboro||Biology||BA - Bachelor of Arts||1978|
|State Convention of PHIMA||Electronic Medical Records||2013|
|Bench Bar||Electronic Medical Records||2013|
|Ohio Association for Justice Convention||Electronic Medical Records||2012|
|Medical Malpractice||Differential Diagnosis||2012|
|Full day Med Mal||Electronic Medical Records and Medical Malpractice Litigation||2012|
|Full Day Med Mal||Handling the Cancer Case||2012|
|Full Day Med Mal||Electronic Medical Records||2011|