Mr. Schweers is a 1981 graduate of The Pennsylvania State University
1984 graduate of The Duquesne University School of Law
Timothy J. Schweers is a well-known Pennsylvania trial lawyer with over 25 years of experience
Attorney Timothy J. Schweers is a well-known Pennsylvania trial lawyer with over 25 years of experience representing people and the families of people who have been victims of personal injury, and wrongful death. Attorney Schweers devotes 100% of his practice to litigation and has obtained substantial verdicts and settlements for his clients in many jurisdictions in Pennsylvania, Ohio, and West Virginia.
Mr. Schweers is a 1981 graduate of The Pennsylvania State University and a 1984 graduate of The Duquesne University School of Law. While at Duquesne, Mr. Schweers was selected a national member of The Order of the Barristers having exhibited excellence and attaining high honor in the art of courtroom advocacy.
Mr. Schweers is an active member of the Pennsylvania Association for Justice, the Allegheny Bar Association, and the Allegheny County Bar Foundation.
In addition, Mr. Schweers is a fellow of the prestigious Academy of Trial Lawyers of Allegheny County as a distinguished member of the trial and appellate courts. He has often been invited to lecture at seminars on personal injury, and wrongful death jury trials. He is admitted to practice law by the Pennsylvania Supreme Court, The Pennsylvania Superior Court, and the Courts of Common Pleas throughout the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, as well as federal court in The United States District Court for the Western District of Pennsylvania.
Many individuals and their families have been devastated by medical procedures that go wrong. Whether ending in wrongful death or long term permanent disability, the expense, pain and suffering can seem insurmountable. Attorney Timothy Schweers will see that you are well taken care of and exercise all his attributes to gain the best possible settlement or judgment. Tim has handled cases including:
Failure to diagnose cancer and other diseases
Birth injuries including cerebral palsy, brain injury, and extraction injuries
Surgical errors including injuries to internal organs
Failure to diagnose and treat injuries and diseases
Delay in diagnosis and/or treatment of injuries and diseases