Category: Law Firm News

Steve Wigrizer demonstrated his trial expertise at the 2017 Annual Medical Malpractice Seminar hosted by the Pennsylvania Association for Justice on November 21, 2017 at the Loews Philadelphia Hotel. Steve lectured and demonstrated how to handle plaintiff’s expert on direct and defendant’s expert on cross examination. Steve is a force to be reckoned during these […]

Hurrican Maria Help

For those of us who have loved ones in Puerto Rico, the devastation isn’t just fodder for a news cycle. One of our employees, Jessica, has several family members living in Puerto Rico, and they are facing challenges that reflect the hardship millions of Puerto Ricans are experiencing. We have collected food and money to […]

PA Hospital Infection Attorney

Wapner Newman Wigrizer Brecher & Miller trial attorneys Steven G, Wigrizer and Jarad L. Silverstein are currently investigating the wave of bacterial infections that are plaguing patients of Osteo Relief Institute South Jersey in Wall Township. Mr. Wigrizer and Mr. Silverstein are representing the family of one such patient who developed septic arthritis/MRSA and ultimately […]

Legal Award

Wapner, Newman, Wigrizer, Brecher & Miller is proud to announce that the long civil trial stemming from the 2013 building collapse on Market Street has concluded with a $227 million settlement, which is believed to be the largest personal injury settlement in Pennsylvania history. After only four hours of deliberation, the jury returned a unanimous […]

Plaintiff was a 37 year old struck by a drunk driver who injured neck with resulting headaches, treatment included physical therapy, acupuncture and occipital nerve blocks.

Plaintiff was a police officer involved in a hit and run accident who sustained an injury to her knee requiring surgery and subsequent knee replacement. Defendant agreed injuries were related to accident as well as extent of disability producing a successful resolution at time of trial.

Plaintiff was a 70 year old male rear ended in a motor vehicle accident with minimal to moderate property damage. Plaintiff suffered post-concussion syndrome revised acuity and memory. Liability was not contested – the challenge was in the validity to injuries related to this motor vehicle accident.

Intersectional collision where plaintiff sustained a fractured wrist requiring surgery and partial fusion. Plaintiff’s ability to play the piano and guitar will be compromised in the future as a result of injury.

2015 America's Elite Trial Lawyers

Our firm is in good company – Wapner, Newman, Wigrizer, Brecher & Miller received a letter in September from Beth Frerking, editor of the National Law Journal, informing us we’ve been named to the NLJ Elite Trial Lawyers 50. It’s the second year the National Law Journal and have chosen 50 law firms for […]

Steven G. Wigrizer, a partner at Wapner, Newman, Wigrizer, Brecher & Miller, P.C., is representing Tamara Breeden, the victim of a tragic and unusual case of abuse. The jury awarded $45 million in compensation and punitive damages to Breeden against Linda Ann Weston and two other defendants. Breeden, along with three other mentally disabled victims, […]