Doctors Make Mistakes.
They Shouldn't.

That’s why you need a professional attorney to go after the maximum settlement possible for your medical malpractice claim.

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Wrongful death of
a loved one
Disfigurement or
cosmetic injuries
Short or long-term loss
of physical ability
Possibility of future
damages or harm
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How It Works

Our process is clear, effective, and transparent throughout the lifetime of your case.
At any point, for any reason, we are available to take questions, provide updates, or to just talk.

You tell us your
side of the story
We request your
medical records
Medical experts review case (at our expense)
Legal process begins
(1-3 years)
Accept or reject a settlement (if offered)
Get a jury verdict
(if case goes to trial)
*A settlement can be offered and accepted at any time during the medical malpractice claim process
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I'm beyond grateful for engaging Doctor Suits. Together, we were able to achieve positive results as we worked our way through the legal process. The best part, it didn’t cost me anything out my own pocket.

Brian, Heart Transplant Malpractice Survivor

We're dedicated to supporting our clients in every way possible – from addressing their unique medical malpractice case to providing much needed emotional support along the way.

We go above and beyond to provide you with strong legal representation.

There are no costs to our clients for our legal services, unless we win.  

When it comes to medical malpractice, personal injury or a wrongful death, we go after the wrongdoer(s) to reimburse you for your loss.

Frequently Answered Questions


How do I know if I'm a victim of medical negligence?

A malpractice claim exists if you are injured because of a medical provider's negligence.

On occasion, health-care providers may inform you that they've made a mistake, apologize, and provide an opportunity for a settlement to prevent a future claim.

If you suspect that you are a victim of medical malpractice, we can help you evaluate your claim, review your medical records, and establish a case with no upfront fees.

How much will a medical malpractice lawsuit cost me?


There is no charge for the first consultation to determine whether or not you have case, you don't pay a dime to get your case started, and you pay nothing unless we can win for you.

How long is the litigation process?

Medical malpractice cases can take anywhere from 1-3 years to close. Patience and skill are required in order to achieve a fair maximum settlement.

What should I do if I believe I've been subjected to negligent care?

Contact us immediately. We'll help you secure pertinent medical records, conduct official interviews with everyone involved (including friends and family) and determine the best route forward.

Is there a statute of limitations (the deadline by which a lawsuit must be filed or be permanently barred)?

Statutes of limitations vary from state to state (as do the procedural requirements that must be met before a medical malpractice lawsuit can be filed).

We can help you clarify your state's medical malpractice statute of limitations laws and how they affect your specific case.

Is it possible to go back in time and choose a better doctor?

Sadly, no :(

But NOT filing your case with a competent and aggressive team of attorney's only enables medical practitioners to continue providing poor quality care at the expense of others' lives.

We know the game. We know their weaknesses. And we fight hard to win against their insurance company's legal teams.

Why do most people avoid filing medical malpractice claims?

Patients avoid pursuing medical malpractice claims for many reasons but the most common reason is due to the overwhelmingly stressful, time-consuming, and expensive process of litigation.

Medical errors kill 200,000 people a year in the United States and only about 20% of the filed cases end with a payment to the injured patient or their survivors.

We have no intentions of taking a case unless we believe we have a valid chance at winning in court.  If you do not hire an attorney for your injury, you will likely never be reimbursed for your loss.

By hiring an attorney to represent you, who works on a contingency fee basis, it costs you nothing and you have a good opportunity to win a favorable settlement.

I was treated by the best medical doctors/hospitals, how could I possibly win my case?

Even the best of the best medical providers make mistakes.

When you know you're the best, when you have the best team, the best technology, and the most experience in the medical field - you open yourself up to tunnel vision and sometimes not paying attention to details.

We know how to recognize when a doctor's errors were due to poor judgment or a mistake; and, we can do the investigative work necessary to prove it.

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