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Our Case Screening Process

If you are asking about a medical malpractice claim, our lawyers want to conclusively determine whether you received appropriate medical care. To do so we utilize the most rigorous screening system possible.

When you contact our office you will speak to our full-time doctor or nurse to explain the details of your medical experience. Our medical staff has more than thirty years of medical-legal experience in addition to clinical experience. This experience allows them to focus in on aspects of care that have legal significance. We utilize state of the art medical research tools to aid in dissecting complex medical issues that few firms are willing to confront.

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A Legal And Medical
Team Working For You

We assign on-staff medical personnel (physicians and nurses) and several lawyers to review the facts of your case. This team approach helps us formulate a winning strategy in even the most challenging cases. We work hard to identify all sources of compensation, detail all monetary damages and develop an effective, efficient litigation strategy.

We deal directly with the insurance companies. We advance all the costs of litigation. We structure settlements so the money covers future needs. Our personal injury lawyers care about you and your recovery and you will never leave our law firm worse off than when you met us. Almost all of our clients remain friends of the firm and stay in touch for years after their legal matters are concluded.

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