Over the last 30 years, Grossman Roth Yaffa Cohen has established itself as a firm that will do whatever it takes to get our clients the justice they deserve. This reputation is due to the caliber of our attorneys, who are recognized as some of the best medical malpractice lawyers available.
While each member of our team has a unique set of experiences and talents, they share three qualities that make them exceptional:
Our attorneys understand that the first steps a legal team takes in a medical malpractice claim can make or break their case. Pre-trial preparation is essential to building a solid foundation for your lawsuit, and the very first step we take on your behalf is conducting a thorough investigation.
As discussed in this blog, many of our clients are familiar with the trial phase of a case, but the investigative steps before a claim goes to trial are less known. Those steps are the gathering of facts, preservation of evidence, finding experts, gathering witness testimony, and gathering information on potential defendants.
Expert Network Access
As Gary Cohen outlined in a recent post, our attorneys work directly with GRYC’s network of industry experts to get you the best results possible. The experts we consult will depend on the nature of your claim and will include seasoned wealth management advisors, estate and trust professionals, medical investigators, and more. While they play a crucial role in the litigation phase of your case, our expert network can also be invaluable to your post-trial recovery, as we work together to develop a plan to protect your assets and maximize the economic or non-economic compensation you and your family are entitled to.
Finally, GRYC’s team has taken countless medical malpractice cases to trial—and that experience is vital to providing the best representation possible. Through trials, our attorneys have encountered nearly every legal defense imaginable, and they truly understand how jurors react to those arguments.
In this post, GRYC attorney Rachel Furst shares some of the most common defense healthcare professionals raise in medical malpractice cases, such as blaming the plaintiff for the incident, shifting fault to another healthcare provider, or a denial of all liability.
These arguments are common because they are very effective. As William Partridge shared in this post, many jurors have an inherent bias towards medical professionals and tend to trust a physician’s testimony.
The best medical malpractice attorneys have encountered this bias enough to convince jurors that their client trusted a medical professional as well, and that trust was tragically betrayed.
Grossman Roth Yaffa Cohen’s experienced attorneys, staff, and medical experts have a long track record of securing favorable verdicts and multi-million-dollar settlements for our clients. If you want representation from some of the best medical malpractice lawyers available, Grossman Roth Yaffa Cohen can help.