How do you evaluate a medical malpractice case against a hospital, HMO or doctor in the DMV?

Evaluating medical malpractice in DC, Maryland and Virginia

Any medical malpractice, hospital negligence or HMO malpractice case we accept to file for a patient or a patient's family undergoes a rigorous investigation process, one we have a complete system for.  The medical records, diagnostic test results, films, pathology slides (in other words, everything) are evaluated by consulting and expert physicians in different medical specialties.

We analyze all aspects of the case.   

This is so we can get you the very best information on what happened and prepare your medical malpractice case the right way for your benefit.  In the DC area, we also analyze where best to file your case if there is a choice, and whether DC, Virginia or Maryland law would apply (and which of those would be best for your family).

After the medical investigation, if we feel we can both help make a difference in your life and your family's life, we work with you every step of the way to hold the hospital accountable and hopefully make hospitals, HMOs and doctors safer for all patients. That's our basic criteria for accepting a medical malpractice case in DC, Maryland or Virginia. 

Because of the time commitment, costs and complexity of medical malpractice cases, we only represent those patients who need it most - children with Cerebral Palsy from a birth injury, or a family who has lost a loved one, or a patient who was paralyzed or suffered brain damage, for example.

If that sounds like you or someone in your family, please call us at (202) 393 - 3320 so we can send you all of the information you need to get started.  

But don't wait - medical malpractice cases have time limits - and the sooner you contact us the sooner we can start getting help for you and your family.