Questions to Ask Your Medical Malpractice Attorney
When you or a loved one has been seriously injured due to medical malpractice or any kind of doctor mistake or negligence, it may be a wise choice to consider working with a Pennsylvania medical malpractice attorney. The key is to ask the right guiding questions so that you are connecting with the most experienced, professional lawyer for your individual case.
In terms of medical malpractice, experience, resources and skill matter. Especially when pursuing the fair and just compensation your family deserves. Ideally, you will want to have a free initial consultation. Meeting your medical malpractice lawyer in Pennsylvania in person can give you a stronger indicator for your attorney's qualifications, success rates, and overall competence.
Our Pennsylvania attorneys, Wapner, Newman, Wigrizer, Brecher & Miller, have the depth of knowledge and resources to incessantly ensure you receive the fullest compensation you are due. Call 1-800-529-6600 to learn more.
5 Essential Questions for Your Medical Malpractice Lawyer
It can be intimidating to hire a medical malpractice lawyer or medical malpractice attorney. If you have never worked with a lawyer before, it may be challenging to know which questions you should ask and what information will be most beneficial for your case.
Here are 5 essential questions which can help you on your way:
- What timeframe do we have? In other words, is there a 'statute of limitations' we will need to comply with in this state?
- When did you begin practicing medical malpractice law?
- How is my case similar to another medical malpractice case you've handled?
- Which factors will work in favor of my case and which will work against me?
- Who will be my day-to-day contact person in this medical malpractice process?
When you are asking these questions, check for honest, open answers from the lawyer. A solid Pennsylvania medical malpractice lawyer will take the time to listen to you and patiently explain which laws apply to your case. They can give you a very practical and determined assessment of how the legal process can proceed. In addition, they can give you a straightforward opinion about pursuing your medical malpractice claim.
Experienced Pennsylvania Medical Malpractice Attorneys
At Wapner, Newman, Wigrizer, Brecher & Miller, our highly competent, professional attorneys have over 30 years of legal experience. We have successfully handled many different types of cases - including medical negligence. Whether your family member has experienced nursing home abuse, or you child suffered a birth injury or you yourself are now injured due to a misdiagnosis - our legal team has the seasoned expertise to aggressively seek the fair and just compensation you deserve.
When hiring a Pennsylvania medical malpractice lawyer, we invite you to please contact us for your free consultation and initial assessment. If you have a transportation issue, we can come to you.
Wapner, Newman, Wigrizer, Brecher & Miller has Philadelphia, Allentown, West Conshohocken, and Marlton offices. Please call 1.800.529.6600 to learn more about medical malpractice.
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