Steven A. Friedman, M.D., F.A.C.P.
Steven A. Friedman received his bachelor’s degree from the University of Pennsylvania in 1962, where he was a Union Carbide Scholar. Upon graduation from the University of Pennsylvania, he entered medical school at Jefferson Medical College, graduating in 1966. During medical school, he received a National Research Council Grant in Physiology from McGill University in Montreal, Canada. Following his medical school training, Dr. Friedman completed a rotating internship at Pennsylvania Hospital and then a residency in internal medicine, which he completed at Thomas Jefferson University Hospital in 1972. During his residency training, he was a Pennsylvania Plan Scholar at the University of Pennsylvania, Department of Pharmacology. Following his residency training in internal medicine, Dr. Friedman entered a fellowship in pulmonary disease at Cornell University Medical Center, which he completed in 1973. Dr. Friedman was Board Certified in Internal Medicine in 1976. He practiced internal and pulmonary medicine in private practice beginning in 1973.
Following a 20-year medical career, Dr. Friedman entered and received his Juris Doctorate degree in 1995 from Widener University School of Law. He was admitted to the Pennsylvania Bar in 1995. Dr. Friedman then went on to complete his legal education earning an L.L.M. from Widener University School of Law in 1999.
Dr. Friedman focuses his practice in the areas of medical malpractice, nursing home malpractice, drug and medical device litigation, and health and corporate medical law. Dr. Friedman has participated in representing individuals who have been seriously injured as a result of the negligence of healthcare providers of every type and brings significant medical expertise and background in evaluating medical cases and representing the firm’s clients to ensure the best possible recovery and successful representation.
Dr. Friedman is a member of the Pennsylvania Bar Association and the Healthcare and Medical legal sections of the Bar Association.