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A litigation lawyer is a legal professional who specializes in representing clients in lawsuits, disputes, and other legal proceedings.
We advise advising clients on the legal merits of their case, researching and analyzing the relevant laws and regulations, drafting legal documents such as pleadings and motions, negotiating with opposing counsel, and representing clients in court.
We may also be involved in alternative dispute resolution methods such as mediation and arbitration, which can help to resolve disputes outside of the courtroom.
The office has an extensive and deep knowledge on medical law and health litigation acquired through years of practice.
We can support a variety of parties, including healthcare providers, patients, insurance companies, government agencies, and others.
Our scope of services include:
Medical Malpractice: Medical malpractice occurs when a healthcare provider fails to provide the expected standard of care, resulting in harm or injury to a patient. Medical malpractice cases may involve doctors, nurses, hospitals, or other healthcare providers.
Product Liability: Product liability cases may arise when a medical device, drug, or other healthcare product causes harm or injury to a patient. These cases may involve manufacturers, distributors, or other parties in the healthcare supply chain.
Healthcare Fraud: Healthcare fraud cases involve allegations of fraud or misrepresentation related to healthcare services or products. These cases may involve healthcare providers, insurance companies, or patients.
Insurance Disputes: Insurance disputes may arise when an insurance company denies coverage or refuses to pay a claim related to healthcare services or products. These cases may involve patients, healthcare providers, or insurance companies.
Regulatory Compliance: Regulatory compliance cases involve disputes related to compliance with healthcare laws and regulations. These cases may involve government agencies, healthcare providers, or other parties.
Health litigation can be complex and often requires specialized knowledge of healthcare laws and regulations.