TYLER J. SMITH is a partner in the Litigation Defense and Health Care Litigation Practice Groups of Pietragallo Gordon Alfano Bosick & Raspanti, LLP. He is skilled in trial advocacy, having tried approximately 40 corporate and professional liability lawsuits to verdict in Pennsylvania and West Virginia. The latest being a victory for his client against one of Pennsylvania’s finest lawyers in a failure to detect cancer claim.
Mr. Smith specializes in all areas involving complex civil litigation ranging from professional liability and licensing, medical malpractice and general civil litigation. He received his J.D. degree from The Penn State Dickinson School of Law in 1993. He is a member of The Dickinson Journal of International Law. He received his undergraduate degree with honors in business management and minors in accounting and economics from Indiana University of Pennsylvania in 1990.
Mr. Smith is on the editorial board of Outpatient Surgery Magazine; and, has lectured nationally at their request. He has been published in Compliance Today and McKnight’s Long Term Care News; and, has authored book chapters for Aspen Publishers and the Pennsylvania Bar Institute. Recently, Mr. Smith has authored a chapter in the PBI Healthcare Law Institute publication regarding State Board Practice; he will be presenting on this topic in Philadelphia this month. He has also lectured at the request of The Professional Risk Management Society, The Pennsylvania Health Care Association and The Hospital and Healthcare Association of Pennsylvania.
Mr. Smith is licensed to practice law in all state courts of Pennsylvania, West Virginia and Ohio. He is certified to practice law in the Federal District Courts for the Western District of Pennsylvania; the Southern and Northern Districts of West Virginia, the Southern District of Ohio; and, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit.
|Firm Website||Will Pennsylvania adopt the "Any Willing Provider" law?||2013|
|Firm Website||The U.S. Supreme Court Limits State's Recovery Of Medicaid Expenses In Personal Injury Actions||2013|
|Firm Website||OIG Cautions Home and Community Based Service Programs: Non-Compliance Will Not Be Tolerated||2012|
|McKnight’s Long-Term Care News and Assisted Living||Five-Star Makes Complaints Against Nursing Homes Even More Serious||2010|
|PBI's 16th Annual Health Law Institute, Volume 2||Five-Star's Commercial Quality Bar: Balancing the Scales to Ensure Fair and Honest Consumer Reports||2010|
|Indiana University of Pennsylvania||BS - Bachelor of Science||1990|
|PBI's 19th Annual Health Law Institute||Practice Before the Pennsylvania State Boards: Investigation of Claims, Formal Disciplinary Proceedings and Defenses||2013|
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