In Medical Malpractice And Personal Injury Litigation
When negligence strikes, the injured need strong advocates they can trust. For hundreds of people in Pittsburgh and throughout Pennsylvania, John A. Caputo and Elizabeth L. Jenkins have been there in their time of need and delivered outstanding results.
Integrity. Experience. Results.
At John A. Caputo & Associates, P.C., we provide experienced legal representation to people who have suffered due to negligent medical care, trucking collisions, catastrophic injuries, and negligence of all kinds.
Our firm has built a strong reputation in Pittsburgh and throughout Pennsylvania for integrity, consideration, personal attention to clients, and outstanding success in obtaining hundreds of sizable verdicts and settlements for their personal injury claims.
Our attorneys are committed to providing caring and attentive support to devastated victims and their families, while vigorously fighting to obtain fair compensation for them in medical malpractice, personal injury cases, and more. We strive to maximize the amount of money recovered in each case by litigating as long as necessary or trying the case to a jury to achieve that result.
Accomplished Trial Attorneys Leading The Way
We are led by John A. Caputo and Elizabeth L. Jenkins, trial attorneys with more than 60 years of combined experience protecting the rights of people who have suffered due to medical malpractice and other forms of negligence.
Mr. Caputo’s skills and results are nationally recognized. He holds a prestigious AV Preeminent peer review rating from Martindale-Hubbell, the highest rating available for both professional competence and ethical integrity. In 2011 and 2014, he was named Pittsburgh Personal Injury Litigator of the Year by Best Lawyers.
Ms. Jenkins has worked exclusively on medical malpractice cases for more than 22 years and understands the stakes when your family is fighting for these claims. She has negotiated fair settlements when available or fought for her clients when no other options remain.
$2.5 Million Settlement
death in rear end collision (2021)
$8.78 Million Settlement
loss of lower legs due to negligent treatment of bowel peritonitis. (2016)
$8 Million Settlement
brain damage from negligent diagnosis (2020)
$5 Million Verdict
paralysis followed by premature death caused by a drunk driver served at a tavern (1991)
$18 Million Settlement
brain damage from ignoring allergic predisposition (2001)