Most attorneys will think at least twice before taking on a medical malpractice case. The reasons for their hesitation are obvious: such cases are complex and increasingly expensive to litigate, and the outcome is never assured. Even when a decision to proceed is made, attorneys might face uncertainty about whether they have access to the tools needed to fully understand, prepare for and argue a high-stakes case against a hospital or a specialized physician. Those tools are available, and by taking advantage of them while performing six critical tasks, attorneys can create order in their approach to medical malpractice cases and improve their odds of winning.
Continue reading to learn the six critical tasks.