Our primary mission is to make the community safer by holding negligent hospitals and doctors accountable when they commit medical malpractice and injure patients. A jury verdict is the community’s way of telling negligent hospitals that we want them to be safer. In fact, I see the jury as the last safety-net that exists in our society. Hospital administrators and doctors have proven over and over that they’re either unwilling, or just incapable, of policing themselves. Therefore, one of the biggest things the community can do to help prevent medical malpractice is to hold negligent hospitals and doctors responsible when they violate patient safety rules and injure patients.
Among the many different kinds of medical malpractice cases we handle are birth injury cases, kernicterus cases, wrongful death cases, surgical malpractice cases, failure to diagnose breast cancer cases, medication overdose cases, and cases involving pharmaceutical malpractice (dispensing wrong medication).