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What to Expect at Your First Meeting with a Cancer Malpractice Lawyer


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1/21/2012
Dover Law Firm
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You believe that you have been the victim of cancer malpractice, and you are facing a scary and uncertain future because of it. In order to take control and get the recovery that you deserve for yourself and for your family, you have contacted an Atlanta cancer malpractice lawyer and are now getting ready for your first meeting. Keep reading to find out what to expect at that meeting and how to make the most of it.

Your First Meeting with an Atlanta Cancer Malpractice Attorney
The first time you meet with your Atlanta medical malpractice attorney, you can expect to talk to a(n):
  • Compassionate person who is sympathetic to the physical and emotional harm you are suffering.
  • Knowledgeable attorney who understands the law.
  • Lawyer who will ask you questions about your diagnosis, about the actions (or inactions) of your doctor, about your treatment and about your recovery.
  • Attorney who will explain your rights to you and discuss potential next steps in your case.

You can find out more about the types of questions your lawyer will likely ask and the issues relevant to your potential case in our FREE book: I Have Cancer Should it Have Been Caught Earlier?.

How to Schedule a Meeting with an Atlanta Medical Malpractice Lawyer
When you are ready to schedule a meeting to discuss your rights after cancer malpractice, please call the experienced Atlanta cancer malpractice law firm, The Dover Law Firm, today at 1.770.518.1133 or contact us via our online contact form.


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