Working With a Medical Malpractice Attorney
If you think you might have a valid medical malpractice, you've likely been doing your homework in terms of what to expect if you file a lawsuit. So by now you probably know that medical malpractice cases can be very complex on a number of different fronts -- legal, medical, and procedural. In other words, these cases probably aren't the kind you want to try handling on your own. An experienced medical malpractice attorney can be your best asset when you're going up against health care providers and their insurance companies (not to mention their panels of expert medical witnesses). In this section, we'll explain the steps in hiring a medical malpractice attorney, including how contingency fee agreements work.