Flat Fee Medical Legal Case Evaluation

 

Flat Fee Physician Medical Legal Case Evaluation

Save money for you and your client. A flat fee physician medical malpractice case review eliminates the uncertainty of how much an initial malpractice case evaluation will cost. By performing a comprehensive review of the medical records, the relevant literature, and interpreting key events chronologically, our physicians will assist in “bottom line” analysis of the value of any given medical legal case. All factors are taken into account including the breach in the standard of care, causation issues, extent of damages, as well as plaintiff and venue demographics.

 

FOR INJURED PERSONS AND FAMILY MEMBERS: We research and review medical records exclusively for plaintiff attorneys.  Neither Dr. Herman nor MedMal Consulting engage in the practice of medicine. If you or a loved one believe you may be the victim of medical malpractice, what we do is not what you need. You should contact an attorney immediately. Your state’s bar association can refer you to attorneys specializing in personal injury, nursing home abuse, or medical malpractice.

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MedMal Consulting, Inc.
33333 Station St., Suite 1153
Cleveland, Ohio 44139

Toll Free:
1-877-MEDMAL4U
Phone: 877-633-6254
Fax: 440-248-8257

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