TALK TO US BEFORE HIRING A LAWYER!
Knowledge is Power. And while lawyers may understand the law, medical malpractice is an area of law that requires subject matter expertise in medicine. Most lawyers don't understand medicine, nor should they. But where they lack knowledge, they lack power. When you have a problem with your iPhone, you go to the Apple Store Genius Bar. For important matters, you first go to the people with the knowledge and technical expertise. Your average lawyer is not going to be able to quickly and accurately figure out what went wrong in a medical negligence case. You need someone who understands medicine and law.
Figure out what went wrong.
My goal is to help every patient and family figure out what went wrong after they've been catastrophically injured by bad care within our healthcare system.
If you have been harmed by poor medical care, it is highly unlikely that your doctors will admit wrongdoing. Even other doctors that treat you -- when they figure out what went wrong -- are probably not going to tell you that you've been harmed as a result of medical malpractice.
People then have to turn to lawyers and law firms. But most lawyers and law firms don't know medicine. They will probably send your case out to a medical expert who knows medicine but doesn't understand medical malpractice litigation.
With my medical training and my legal training, and my personal experience and tragedy with medical malpractice, I promise that I can lend a helping hand. I don't give medical or legal advice. But I do give free help to those who need it the most.
Find the right attorney to handle your case.
I know what it takes to bring a medical malpractice lawsuit. There are very few attorneys who I trust to handle these kinds of lawsuits. They have to be in it for the right reasons, not just for financial gain. I will help you find the right attorney to fit your case's needs.
Furthermore, we belong under the umbrella of the Patient Advocacy Organization and Resource, Inc., an organization in the process of seeking non-profit status focused on educating and informing patients and families of their legal rights and options within our civil justice system after being harmed by medical malpractice.