Top medical malpractice lawyers in D.C., Maryland and Virginia (and probably everywhere else) are selective in deciding whether they can take a medical malpractice case. In our D.C. medical malpractice law firm, we decide whether to take a medical malpractice case after a thorough screening process. And we only agree to represent clients where the medical malpractice caused significant injuries such as paralysis or cerebral palsy, or death. The reason for that is simple. As medical malpractice lawyers for patients and families, we feel we can help people the most in those types of medical malpractice cases, and those patients and families usually need our help the most.
The process of investigating a medical malpractice case in D.C. starts with just a phone call. If you'd like us to investigate a medical malpractice case for you or your family, call us today at (202) 393-3320. We'll talk it through with you and hopefully get you some answers.
But don't delay - there are time limits to medical malpractice cases and if someone calls us too close to the statute of limitations (the deadline to file a medical malpractice case) we won't be able to help.