Your doctor has made an error in your case and now you are suffering serious injures because of it. You think that by explain your situation to the doctor through the form of a letter that your doctor will read it and try to come to a resolution of the case with you. Want to know if this is really going to happen? Stay tuned.

Hello, I’m Maryland medical malpractice attorney Marcus Boston and I want to talk with you today about what is going to happen 9 times out of 10 when this type of situation comes up. The reality is that doctors and hospitals fight medical malpractice cases really hard and will generally not engage your request through a simple letter. These types of cases can have drastic consequences on doctors from insurance rates to privileges at hospitals.

As a result, in many instances the doctor is going to get the best legal defense team he or she can to push back against your allegations. Once these lawyers are in place, they are going to force you to jump through all the hoops associated with filing a medical malpractice case here in Maryland. from spending money on experts, to prepping for depositions, and a host of other things so you are going to have to hunker down and be ready for a fight.

So why am I explaining this to you today? Because you are probably on the internet right now trying to educate yourself right now about your possible Maryland medical malpractice case. Because right now you are wondering if it is time to do something about your situation.

Here’s what you can do. Pick up the phone and give me a call. I can me reached at 301-850-4832 to answer your Maryland legal questions. If you would prefer to send an email initially, send me an email to medicalinjury “at” (Remember to replace “at” with @). We answer questions like yours all the time and we would be glad to hear your story.

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.