Guilty hospitals will often recommend an attorney to patients in a medical malpractice case.

Say you go into a hospital and the unthinkable happens - you or a family member is a victim of medical malpractice.  

Perhaps your child has cerebral palsy or brain damage because the hospital residents and interns didn't recognize the signs of fetal distress and act to deliver the baby quickly.  Or your husband died of a preventable pulmonary embolism (a blood clot) after a minor surgical procedure, or a radiologist misinterpreted a mammogram or didn't communicate a potentially life threatening disease process to your primary care doctor.

The hospital has broken basic patient safety rules and your life will never be the same.

Where do you turn to hold the hospital corporation accountable for some of the harms and losses your family or child or spouse will endure?

Well, according to some hospital corporations - they have a lawyer for you!  (Almost as catchy as " you have a phone, you have a lawyer...")

That's right, Maryland hospital corporations - owning and operating about 20 hospitals - will refer you your very own lawyer if they commit medical malpractice on you.

Seriously?  You would trust a hospital corporation to recommend a medical malpractice lawyer so you could sue them for medical malpractice?   
  
If you're in this situation, this is your one chance.  Find a law firm you trust.  One that can help solve your problems.  

If you think we could be the right fit for your medical malpractice case, contact us.  If we're not the right law firm for you, we'll tell you that.  And we'll try to find someone who can help you.

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