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Brandy, Dominic Anthony MD

(412) 429-1151

2275 Swallow Hill RoadPittsburgh, PA 15220 map it »

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  • Saint Francis Medical Center
    Pittsburgh
  • , PA

Education 1

Drexel University College Of Medicine 1979

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Malpractice suit, 3/25/2012

Dr. Dominic A. Brandy was SUED for malpractice and the jury awarded $400,000 in this case. Here are news articles about the... case:community.seattletimes.nwsource.cmo/archive/?date=19960915&slug=2349352 [replace ?cmo? with ?com? to access link]deseretnews.cmo/article/514377/HAIR-DOCTOR-HAS-A-BRUSH-WITH-THE-LAW. [replace ?cmo? with ?com? to access link and add html to end]From Desertnews website:HAIR DOCTOR HAS A BRUSH WITH THE LAW By Jon Schmitz, Pittsburgh Post-GazettePublished: Friday, Sept. 20 1996 12:00 a.m. MDTSummaryA jury has awarded $400,000 to a man who said a series of botched hair restoration treatments drove him to attempt suicide.Michael Potkul, 33, said he was left disfigured and despondent after five surgical procedures by Dr. Dominic Brandy, a Pittsburgh hair-restoration specialist.A jury has awarded $400,000 to a man who said a series of botched hair restoration treatments drove him to attempt suicide.Michael Potkul, 33, said he was left disfigured and despondent after five surgical procedures by Dr. Dominic Brandy, a Pittsburgh hair-restoration specialist.After a five-day trial before Allegheny County Common Pleas Judge Gene Strassburger, the jury concluded Wednesday that Brandy was negligent and failed to deliver the results he had promised to Pot-kul.With other court charges, the award is likely to exceed $500,000, said Jon Perry, Potkul's attorney.""We're very pleased,"" he said. ""We were fortunate to have a bright judge and a bright, compassionate jury.""Potkul, of Uniontown, wore a hairpiece during the trial and was clearly uneasy about removing it to show jurors his scarred scalp.Brandy and his attorney, Korry Greene, said they were disappointed but had not decided whether to appeal. Brandy said it was the first court judgment against him in a 16-year career that included 10,000 cases.Brandy faces other litigation. He is a defendant in five other medical malpractice cases pending in Common Pleas Court.Potkul testified that he became obsessed

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Malpractice suit

Dr. Dominic A. Brandy was SUED for malpractice and the jury awarded $400,000 in this case. Here are news articles about the case:community.seattletimes.nwsource.cmo/archive/?date=19960915&slug=2349352 [replace ?cmo? with ?com? to access link]deseretnews.cmo/article/514377/HAIR-DOCTOR-HAS-A-BRUSH-WITH-THE-LAW. [replace ?cmo? with ?com? to access link and add html to end]From Desertnews website:HAIR DOCTOR HAS A BRUSH WITH THE LAW By Jon Schmitz, Pittsburgh Post-GazettePublished: Friday, Sept. 20 1996 12:00 a.m. MDTSummaryA jury has awarded $400,000 to a man who said a series of botched hair restoration treatments drove him to attempt suicide.Michael Potkul, 33, said he was left disfigured and despondent after five surgical procedures by Dr. Dominic Brandy, a Pittsburgh hair-restoration specialist.A jury has awarded $400,000 to a man who said a series of botched hair restoration treatments drove him to attempt suicide.Michael Potkul, 33, said he was left disfigured and despondent after five surgical procedures by Dr. Dominic Brandy, a Pittsburgh hair-restoration specialist.After a five-day trial before Allegheny County Common Pleas Judge Gene Strassburger, the jury concluded Wednesday that Brandy was negligent and failed to deliver the results he had promised to Pot-kul.With other court charges, the award is likely to exceed $500,000, said Jon Perry, Potkul's attorney.""We're very pleased,"" he said. ""We were fortunate to have a bright judge and a bright, compassionate jury.""Potkul, of Uniontown, wore a hairpiece during the trial and was clearly uneasy about removing it to show jurors his scarred scalp.Brandy and his attorney, Korry Greene, said they were disappointed but had not decided whether to appeal. Brandy said it was the first court judgment against him in a 16-year career that included 10,000 cases.Brandy faces other litigation. He is a defendant in five other medical malpractice cases pending in Common Pleas Court.Potkul testified that he became obsessed

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