With a serious injury or death after surgery, anesthesia, delivering a baby or some other routine health care procedure, you should investigate whether the injury or death was due to medical mistakes, like the hospital's directions to nurses of how often to check on a patient, or a doctor's office system for telling patients about test results.
If you're left to care for a family member who had a life changing condition, like paralysis, brain damage, cerebral palsy, etc or if a family member died after medical treatment and now you have to provide for children, struggle with grief and worry about the future, it probably makes sense for you to investigate whether the injury or death could have been prevented and learn about resources and compensation that can help.
We try to get people answers. So they know. So they don't have to worry about whether they should have done something years from now, when its usually too late.
We try to take care of those worries for you.
If this is you, call us for more information at (202) 393 - 3320. Even if we can't help you, the talk will be confidential, helpful and free.