Finding a Medical Malpractice Lawyer in DC

Did you try Googling “medical malpractice lawyer in DC”? There are over 1,000,000 results.

How do you even begin to search for the right lawyer? What qualities should you look for? How do you know this lawyer would be the best to represent you in your specific case?

Trying to find the right attorney in DC is like trying to find a needle in a field of haystacks…blindfolded. So before you Google, click, and read through countless of attorney’s profiles, you need to know what you’re looking for.

Does this lawyer have experience in dealing with cases similar to yours? Were they successful? How many years of experience does this lawyer have? Is the lawyer Board Certified by the National Board of Trial Advocacy (if so, he or she has significant trial experience to be eligible, has had recommendations from judges and other lawyers, passed an all day exam, etc. – and no, you can’t buy that like some internet ad) ?

These are just a couple of the important questions you should be asking to decide if this is the right lawyer for you. Don’t just choose any lawyer you see on TV to represent your family. Do you think jurors will take a TV lawyer seriously?  How will that affect your case?

We know how difficult it is to find the right lawyer and we know we’re not the right fit for everyone as well. That’s why we compiled a list of questions you should ask any prospective lawyer to adequately evaluate them. Click here to download it for free. Go ahead—call us at (202) 393-3320. Ask us those questions and see if we’re the right lawyer for you. 

2 Comments
The problems happened because of the medical malpractice have the chance of protection from the law. The ethical rules and the state laws will help us from this. Thanks for sharing this information.
by darla January 10, 2014 at 06:19 AM
Thank you for these great suggestions! Do you have any idea where I could look for an attorney in St. Cloud? Thank you so much! Ruth James | http://www.kelmreuter.com/practice-areas/family-law/
by Ruth James January 9, 2014 at 10:52 AM
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