Jeffrey A. Mega

Jeffrey Mega is a seasoned litigator who has tried several cases to verdict. His work has resulted in numerous settlements ranging from several hundred thousand to millions of dollars. He joined Decof, Decof & Barry in 2014, handling all aspects of cases in the areas of catastrophic personal injury, wrongful death, medical negligence and product liability.
03/06/18

Important Facts on Airline Liability & Legal Policies

When dealing with airplane troubles, whether it may be delayed flights or onboard injury, it is critical to examine airline liability. The Federal Aviation Administration recently reported that approximately 2.5 million airline passengers fly in and out of U.S. airports daily! During peak hours, there are approximately 5,000 aircraft in the sky at any given…

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Important Facts on Airline Liability & Legal Policies
06/20/17

Medical Errors and Surgical Malpractice: What You Should Know

Medical errors occur too often. They are the third leading cause of death in the United States, as reported in a May 2016 research paper authored by physicians at Johns Hopkins School of Medicine in Baltimore, Maryland and published in the British Journal of Medicine. The authors reported that more than 250,000 deaths per year…

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Medical Errors and Surgical Malpractice: What You Should Know
03/24/16

Who Should Seek a Medical Malpractice Lawsuit?

Preventable medical errors are the third highest cause of death in the United States, behind only cancer and heart disease.  As recent as 2014, the United States Senate held hearings on preventable medical errors because of the escalation of this problem.  Preventable medical errors are estimated to cause in excess of 400,000 deaths annually in…

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Who Should Seek a Medical Malpractice Lawsuit?
12/02/15

Why Forced Arbitration Should Be Avoided at All Costs

Arbitration is a process where parties subject to a dispute agree to submit their dispute to an arbitrator or a panel of arbitrators.  Arbitration can be voluntary, meaning that both sides agree to submit their dispute to arbitration after a dispute arises.  It can also be forced, meaning that nursing homes and companies bury forced…

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Why Forced Arbitration Should Be Avoided at All Costs
08/19/15

Life after a Traumatic Brain Injury:  How to Help a Loved One

I often represent individuals who sustain serious injuries as a result of someone else’s carelessness.  Usually, I can easily discern my clients’ injuries by simply looking at them.  Occasionally, however, my clients’ injuries include a closed head traumatic brain injury.  This type of injury can seriously disrupt one’s life even though it is not discernible,…

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Life after a Traumatic Brain Injury:  How to Help a Loved One
04/14/15

Tort Liability Theories Emerge After Lufthansa Flight Tragedy

On March 24, 2015, Germanwings’ pilot Andreas Lubitz locked himself into the cockpit of Flight 4U9525 and deliberately crashed the plane into a French Alpine hillside, according to authorities.  As part of his suicide plan, Mr. Lubitz murdered 149 innocent people including three Americans.  It appears that Deutsche Lufthansa AG, Germanwings’ parent company, may be…

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Tort Liability Theories Emerge After Lufthansa Flight Tragedy
09/26/14

New Study Proves Tort Reform Does Not Reduce Health Care Costs

Imagine a family member suffers severe injuries or death as a result of medical negligence, and then you find out that your state has a law which limits the amount of damages that you can legally recover? More than one-half of states have “tort reform” measures which put a limit on the compensation sought by…

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New Study Proves Tort Reform Does Not Reduce Health Care Costs
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