When people hear the term ‘Medical Malpractice’, it automatically connotes and suggests that something has gone wrong in the practice of medicine by professionals who’re supposed to be protecting you, who’re supposed to
be helping you. And for the most part, they do. For the most part our health care professionals are wonderful and they do a very professional job. For the most part they’re compassionate. But they are human beings. And human beings make mistakes. And when a mistake is made, somebody has to take care of the individual, the patient who’s gotten hurt. And that’s what we do. Here in the Medical Malpractice department, we gather the medical records, we listen to the client, we listen to what happened. And we go out and we take statements and depositions until we understand perfectly what went wrong. And once we understand what went wrong, we then approach the professionals and those that support them, about seeing if we can
get this remedied for the patient. Let’s be moral about this. Let’s find a way to try and help the patient. And if for any reason, it can’t be done
as easily as that, then our firm is well prepared to try the lawsuit to a jury of the peers,
to see if we can find fair resolution for the client.