Peter handeled my medical malpractice case and after 2-3 meetings with him, he said I didn't have a case, when I really did. He gave me false information and I don't reccomend him to anyone.
More Peter M. Villari’s response:“At our firm, every malpractice claim is subject to extensive review before it is accepted or rejected. Medical literature is reviewed and appropriate medical experts are consulted before any recommendation is made regarding the merits of a case. This, together with over 30 years experience handling malpractice cases, allows us to make informed recommendations to our clients regarding the merits of their claim. Many claims are rejected because the medical literature and medical experts do not support the claim of malpractice. Under PA and NJ law, a medical malpractice lawsuit can only be filed if supported by necessary medical experts. Of course, when we reject a claim, the involved client is in many times understandably unhappy, even though it is the right thing to do. I have no recollection of the circumstances described in this anonymous review, nor is it consistent with my common practice in reviewing malpractice cases. Needless to say I do not give out false information. Unfortunately, due to Avvo policies "reviewers" can post anonymously and may even be competitors, not clients.”