Our firm has tried hundreds of medical malpractice cases.

Our attorneys are well known for our long history of successful representation of health care providers in medical malpractice claims. Our attorneys represent:

  • Large health care institutions
  • Hospitals
  • Rehabilitation facilities
  • Nursing homes
  • Medical professional corporations
  • Individual professionals, including:
    • Doctors
    • Nurses and nurse practitioners
    • Physician’s assistants
    • Physical therapists
    • Emergency technicians
    • Mental health professionals
    • Providers in nearly every area of health care

Our firm has extensive experience handling cases involving virtually every aspect of medical care across all fields of specialty including but not limited to:

  • Birth injuries
  • Cancer
  • Stroke
  • Heart attack
  • Surgical mistakes
  • Delayed or missed diagnosis
  • Cardiac management and intervention
  • Coagulation management
  • Prescription drug use and interactions
  • Infectious diseases

We understand the strategic issues faced when presenting complex high stakes cases to a jury. Our firm also employs a successful motions practice that disposes of meritless claims before trial. Our attorneys have developed excellent relationships with numerous expert witnesses required to defend medical professional liability cases. Our entire team’s knowledge and experience will be utilized to obtain the best outcome for our medical professional clients.

Our attorneys have received numerous awards and recognition for their work on behalf of medical professionals. Our attorneys lecture and present on a variety of health care subjects around the region. We are proud of our extensive experience and record of success in providing excellent representation to our numerous medical professional clients. We understand the unique disruptions caused by claims against medical professionals. Our medical professional clients can expect perceptive communication and a focus on limiting the client’s involvement in the litigation process so that the medical professional can continue to focus on their practice.