Dr. Myerberg practiced as an active Newborn Intensive Care specialist from 1978 to 1992 at West Virginia University (WVU). He also did research on which he published articles in the New England Journal of Medicine, Pediatrics and the American Journal of Public Health. He maintains his medical licensure and Board Certification in Pediatrics and Neonatal‑Perinatal Medicine. Following Law School, from 1996 to 2014, he was a litigator at Jackson Kelly PLLC in the Morgantown, West Virginia office.

During his tenure at Jackson Kelly PLLC, Dr. Myerberg defended a variety of clients including doctors, nurses, hospitals, and corporations. He defended a wide variety of cases involving medical malpractice, toxic torts, coal mining disasters and injuries, serious auto injuries, medical device injuries, credentialing issues, toxic spills, pharmaceutical cases, occupational injuries, difficult estate issues and child sexual abuse. Naturally, his concentration in these cases related to wide-ranging medical and scientific issues. Because of his medical experience and his pin-point understanding of the medicine and the law, he has obtained experts for these cases who fit perfectly. He has deposed some of the most problematic opposing medical and scientific experts. He has crafted successful motions to exclude experts. He has been directly involved and instrumental in mediation of tens of difficult cases. He has worked at trial as second chair with some of the best litigators in West Virginia, opposing some of the best Plaintiff's counsel.

Since starting Myerberg Law PLLC in 2014, Dr. Myerberg has enjoyed the privilege of consulting on medical-legal cases with the Plaintiffs’ Bar. (See Testimonials) He brings considerable expertise to early analysis of cases, literature review and to obtaining the necessary experts for these cases.

Dr. Myerberg was a cum laude graduate of Princeton University (1969), and, subsequently, graduated from Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons (1973) and West Virginia University College of Law (1996).