As D.C. medical malpractice lawyers, we only accept a limited number of cases and clients so we can focus everything we have on making a difference in the lives of children and families who have suffered catastrophic injuries - paralysis, brain damage, even death - because a hospital, HMO or doctor committed medical malpractice.
How do you determine who would be the best attorney for your case involving serious injuries? There are a lot of lawyers in D.C., Maryland and Virginia who advertise as medical malpractice attorneys but will those ads help you settle your case against a hospital for causing cerebral palsy in your son? Will they help you at trial against a doctor who never read test results that could have saved your wife's life? How will jurors look at your medical malpractice case if you have a T.V. lawyer?
How do the best medical malpractice lawyers decide to take a case? Will they explain their system for thoroughly investigating your case? Do they even have a system they can explain to you?
The right medical malpractice lawyers have tried (and won) medical malpractice cases in front of juries. They find and hire the right experts to evaluate your case and testify at deposition and trial.
The best lawyer for your case will help you provide for your child, your family, your spouse if they were affected by medical negligence. As we tell our clients, a medical malpractice case has to make a difference. It has to change lives.
So throw out the yellow page ads, turn off the TV and find lawyers who will do that for you.