HOW WE DO IT
Step 2: An attorney will promptly contact you and provide a
high-level explanation of your potential rights. The advice provided is
not intended to form an attorney-client relationship and you should
ultimately follow the legal advice of the attorney that takes on your
Step 3: After obtaining information regarding the nature of your
injuries and your potential case, we will search through our attorney
network to identify a talented medical malpractice lawyer potentially
willing to handle your case. Attorneys we recommend are selected based
on historical results achieved, the attorney’s responsiveness to client
needs and industry recognition of the attorney’s success. We seek to
refer cases to leading attorneys with the objective of helping you to
obtain the best result possible.
Step 4: Once we have identified a qualified attorney who is willing to potentially take on your case, we will contact you with information on the attorney and we will provide you with information you can use to set up an initial consultation. We will follow up with you after the consultation to answer any questions you may have on selecting an attorney. We will also assist you in finding another attorney if you decide you would like another attorney to handle your case.
The accuracy of information provided on this site is not guaranteed. It is generic information for informal purposes only. It is NOT formal legal advice. Your use of this site does NOT create an attorney-client relationship. Consult with a licensed attorney in your state before relying on any information found on this site. If you are currently represented by an attorney, you should strictly abide by his/her counsel. Any results discussed on this website are illustrative. Results will vary by case and by many factors including the parties involved. Our disclosure of any past results should not create an unjustified expectation of the same results for your case.
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