Maryland medical malpractice attorney Marcus Boston explains why you must be really sure you want to go forward with a Maryland medical malpractice case.

Just recently we were contacted by a person who was looking for help with a perforated bile duct during a gallbladder surgery. This person was just trying to find answer to the questions they had and was not looking to hire a lawyer right away.

We talked for a while and one of the biggest things I stressed to this person was that with these types of cases, whether it be a doctor making an error during surgery, to some type of misdiagnosis, to whatever, you really have to understand that these cases can take a long time to complete and because of this, they can be draining on you, and if you have a family, your family too.

In many cases, people get caught up in what is shown to them on TV and in the news and when in reality, this process is nothing like that. Doctors, hospitals, and other medical professionals take a possible medical malpractice claim seriously and will do all they can to push back and fight these claims. This does not mean that you cannot be successful in your case, it just means that you must spend some time thinking about is this something that you really want to do.

The truth of the matter is that only you, and your family if you have one, are in the position to really know the answer to this question. If you have been going through an emotional roller-coaster with trying to figure out if you have a Maryland medical malpractice claim, and you think that now if the time to talk with someone, pick up the phone and give me a call. I can be reached at 301-850-4832. Or, if you would prefer to email initially, send me an email to medicalinjury “at” (Remember to replace the “at” with @. We write the email like this to combat email spammers). We answer questions like yours all the time and we would be glad to speak with you.

Marcus Boston is a Maryland medical malpractice attorney who helps people navigate the Maryland childbirth injury and medical malpractice process to get money for their injuries caused by the carelessness of doctors and hospitals.