When a victim of alleged medical malpractice comes into our office, there’s an extremely high threshold that that person must overcome to convince us to take their case. This is not because we don’t believe the victim. However, the law, public opinion, and prospective jury pools are skeptical when it comes to medical malpractice cases. Our reputation as a respected medical malpractice law firm hinges on the fact that we only accept what we consider meritorious cases.
We’ve been representing victims of medical malpractice for three decades now. We are only interested in the pursuit of justice and increasing the quality of patient care.
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