MATTHEW J. DOZ is well into his second decade of working as a dedicated litigator. He has extensive experience in various areas including motor vehicle and premises injury litigation, products liability litigation, toxic and mass tort litigation, professional and medical malpractice litigation, and contract litigation. He has been asked by clients to handle cases in various State and Federal Courts. He has been involved in all phases of litigation, from discovery to trial and appellate practice.
Mr. Doz currently devotes much of his practice to the defense of multi-national corporations from toxic substance injury claims. He has been extensively involved in asbestos injury litigation since 2001 and has defended numerous companies from small family-owned operations to Dow Industrial components. Those defendants have included manufacturers, suppliers, contractors and friction product manufacturers and users. Matthew graduated from Duquesne University School of Law in 2000; during law school he served as a Pennsylvania Superior Court Judge’s summer extern and he worked as the head law clerk at a Pittsburgh law firm. He achieved his B.A. in Economics from Grove City College in 1995, where he was an all-conference track and cross country runner.