Frequently Asked Questions

Yes. Lawyers in our firm are admitted to practice in Florida, Georgia, Alabama, Maryland, and the District of Columbia. For cases that are brought elsewhere, we obtain special admission (at no additional cost to you) in the court where your case will be brought.

The most important factor we consider when reviewing a case is whether a lawsuit will do any good for the potential client. Unless we feel there is a good probability to produce a good result for the client, we typically will not accept the representation

First and foremost, there has to be a meritorious claim. Another important factor we consider when reviewing a case is whether a lawsuit will be beneficial to the potential client. This involves anything the strengths and weakness of the case in view of those damages that can be recovered under the governing law. Unless we feel there is a high probability of producing a good result for the client, we typically will decline the representation

You owe us no fees or costs unless we obtain a financial recovery for you. We only get paid out of any settlement or judgment collected. If no money is recovered, you do not owe us anything. If at the end of our initial investigation of your case we determine that we cannot help you, you owe us nothing.

Once you have hired us, we will obtain and process all relevant medical records, imaging studies, and begin our investigation of the care that was given. You should focus on healing, we will focus on your lawsuit.

The amount of time needed to investigate a case is directly related to the complexity of the medical issues. Fortunately, we have the knowledge and experience in stroke issues to make this determination quickly. Other cases require that we work more closely with our experts to determine the strengths and weaknesses of the claim.