How, Why and When You Should Sue a Doctor or Hospital for Medical Malpractice in Washington, D.C.When Should I File in DC, Maryland, or Virginia?

We think that before you sue a doctor or hospital for malpractice, you, or someone in your family must be catastrophically injured - that means:

A) you need lifetime medical care and treatment for your injuries or medical condition, B) you can't work and C) you (or someone in your family) can't do many things the rest of us take for granted. Why do we start with your medical condition before we ask other questions? 

The reasons we start here, with your injuries and medical condition (and most of the best medical malpractice lawyers do) are important:

      1.  We need to understand your medical condition so we can determine how best to help you, what you need and what you want.

      2.   A medical malpractice case is difficult, expensive, and time consuming (most people don't know that hospitals and doctors win most of the time), so we need to make sure you will have a good chance of getting what you want out of the case.

       3. Minor injuries are not worth it (for you and for us) - you will spend more than you will recover.

Contact our Experienced Medical Malpractice Lawyers Today.

Those who have been catastrophically injured (paralysis, losing a limb, sepsis, birth injury, etc) need a lawyer to help them navigate the complex world of medical litigation. In addition to needing to have the medical records reviewed by an expert, any major medical malpractice case will involve lots of expert medical witnesses and complicated legal strategy. Contact us at 202-393-3320 to see if we might be a good fit for your case. We have reached many top tier settlements and won verdicts for those who have been seriously wronged by the medical system or by a practiioner.