I got a chance to be interviewed about medical malpractice in D.C. and Maryland on TV recently and although I don't look good on TV (I'm much better looking on the radio...) But I jumped at the chance because patient safety and the civil justice system are so important.
We've been fortunate to represent families and children who have been harmed by the medical system by hospitals, HMOs and doctors when they violate patient safety rules and cause serious harm.
The host of the show, Making It Last, is Regina DeMeo, an accomplished family law attorney focusing on collaborative solutions to divorce, custody and other family law issues. Ms. DeMeo interviewed me about how medical malpractice lawyers investigate cases against hospitals and doctors, how contingent fees work in these cases (most lawyers don't take cases on a contingent basis where there is no fee unless there is a recovery for their client), and I gave her real life examples of medical malpractice cases we've handled.
Here's the full interview http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GFfeRnK8zWk&feature=youtu.be
Remember, I'm not really that bad looking.