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What To Look For In A Medical Malpractice Attorney

You want to ask your potential medical malpractice lawyer about their strategies and success rates.

Medical malpractice cases can be very tricky and complex. In fact, they are some of the most complex personal injury cases that a law firm can take on. You need to make sure you have the right attorney for your case to increase your chances of winning and getting the justice you deserve. Here are some of the things you should look for in a medical malpractice attorney.

Malpractice Experience

Just like in any field, lawyers have their area of expertise. Some will be better with criminal cases and others make great divorce lawyers. You want to look for a personal injury lawyer with a lot of experience and history with successful medical malpractice cases. You want this to be their niche or specialty area because it is a difficult field to take on. You also want to make sure that the lawyer you are choosing has experience being the plaintiff because a lot of malpractice lawyers only have their experience in defending physicians.

Medical Knowledge

You want your medical malpractice attorney to have a good knowledge of medicine. This way, they are able to look through your medical records and correctly identify where things could have gone wrong. You want their knowledge to be further than just past cases, making sure they have done a significant amount of their own medical research as well.

Access To A Medical Witness

In medical malpractice cases, the judge and the jury may not always be knowledgeable about the details of medicine. You are going to need an expert medical witness to take the stand and inform the judge and jury so that they can make the best decision. Their testimony is essential to the outcome of your case. A good medical malpractice attorney will have access to a medical witness that can testify specifically for your case. If they don’t have the access for your specific needs, a good law firm wouldn’t even take the case on.

Contingency Fees

A big part of the hesitation to get a lawyer is the money that goes into it. A good personal injury lawyer will operate on contingency fees. This means that there is no fee for their services unless you win your case and receive compensation. It can be really expensive to take on a medical facility in a malpractice case, so the lawyer will typically pay all the legal expenses to give the person a fair chance at receiving justice.

Compassionate And Aggressive

You want your lawyer to care about the situation at hand. You need someone that is compassionate and wants to see you win the case. They need to be both caring and aggressive in making sure the case goes well because these aren’t easy cases to take on. Medical malpractice cases rely largely on expert testimony and communicating effectively with the jury so that they understand all the elements completely.  You want to ask your potential lawyer during the consultation about their strategies and do your own research on the firm’s success rates.

Looking For A Medical Malpractice Lawyer? Look No Further Than The Snyder Law Group

The Snyder Law Group, LLC, proudly represents clients throughout Maryland and Washington, D.C. Our experienced Baltimore attorneys understand the frustration that comes with an insurance company, medical professional, or other party that refuses to accept liability for negligent or reckless behavior. You can take heart in knowing there are talented and experienced lawyers ready to work for you. We are experienced in handling personal injury claims of medical malpractice or injury resulting from serious car and truck accidents and have secured hundreds of millions in verdicts settlements*. Give us a call at (410)-843-3476 for a free case evaluation. You can also visit our website www.410thefirm.com and follow us on Facebook, Twitter, Google +, and LinkedIn for more information.

 

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