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Have You Been the Victim of Medical Malpractice?
While there have been incredible advances in the field of medicine in the last half century, doctors still do not have all the answers and cannot cure every illness or condition. Also, the fact that each patient has unique characteristics means that even when there is a medically-accepted “right way” to treat or cure a given condition — results will vary.
Unfortunately, these facts make it difficult for people to know whether an unexpected bad medical outcome was the result of bad medicine or just bad luck.
At Rowe Weinstein & Sohn, PLLC, you don’t have to know for certain you’ve been the victim of medical malpractice before you can call on us for help. Answering this question is our job. We have years of experience to draw from, access to experts and other resources as well. And if you cannot come to us, we will travel to you.
In Maryland, Washington, D.C. and northern Virginia, schedule a free consultation with one of our personal injury attorneys by contacting our Rockville or Greenbelt offices directly.
A Limited Medical Malpractice Focus
Typical medical malpractice claims include the failure to diagnose a treatable condition such as breast cancer or stroke, anesthesia or prescription medication errors, and medical malpractice in emergency rooms.
We focus our experience and resources on the following two types of medical negligence cases:
- Birth injuries (including cerebral palsy, brain damage, brachial plexus injuries such as shoulder dystocia and injuries to the mother)
- Surgical errors (including anesthesia errors, operating on the wrong part of the body, infections caused by unsanitary practices, and cases where surgeons accidentally cut or injured internal organs and failed to notice their mistake)
Our limited focus on medical negligence involving birth injuries and surgical errors, combined with our commitment to being selective about the cases we accept, ensures that your case will get the attention and resources it deserves. It means that you will as well. In fact, you’ll work directly with one lawyer who will be available to answer your questions and serve as your main point of contact throughout the legal process — from the initial consultation forward.
And while we will always try to negotiate an out-of-court solution that protects your interests while avoiding the risks, costs and unpredictable nature of litigation — we prepare every case as if it is going to trial from the moment we agree to take it.