How do you find the best medical malpractice lawyer for your D.C. medical malpractice case?


Finding the best D.C. medical malpractice lawyer for your family may take some work.  There is a lot that goes into choosing the right lawyer - experience, credentials, awards, and there has to be a lot of trust.  Can the lawyer help you and your family when you've been affected by medical malpractice?

We offer free guides and information for families going through this process, based on our experience working with many families over the past 20 years.  We do this because, just like you, we're looking for the right client to represent.  We have a way of investigating cases, litigating against hospitals, HMOs and healthcare companies and going to trial that is different than most lawyers.

Yes, we're Board Certified by the National Board of Trial Advocacy (about 1% of lawyers are because it requires a lot of work and experience to even be considered and eligible - not to mention the all day exam), we've been named to SuperLawyers and Best Law Firms.

But what is most important is that we're the right fit for you.  Here's a few words one of our clients said about us recently:

When my son was a baby, I suspected the hospital hadn’t done everything they were supposed to but they never told me that, and at first I didn’t know where to turn or even what to ask to get my questions answered. Like most people, I had never even thought about medical malpractice and never thought I’d need a lawyer.

I was referred to Mr. Kearney. And he and Mr. Donahoe were different than everything I had heard or expected. They took the time to explain everything and worked with me to help my son. I felt they always had his best interests at heart.

Today, my son is a thriving, energetic 6 year old first grader and the bravest person I have met. And I know that because of my attorneys’ expert support of my son, he will be able to have the care that he will need for the rest of his life.

For us, that's what its all about...


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