I Work Hard,
I Fight Hard,
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-Alan R. Goodman
Massachusetts has enacted a healthcare cost reform law that includes a new "Disclosure, Apology and Offer" (DA&O) process to address medical malpractice claims. As part of the DA&O model, healthcare providers, and their insurance companies are required to notify patients when malpractice may have occurred, explain the circumstances of the incident, and offer financial compensation when appropriate.
If you have received a disclosure letter from your medical provider, do not hesitate to contact A Good Law Firm immediately. The new law does not protect your rights as a patient, and furthermore, has enabled medical providers and insurance companies to intimidate patients into settling for less than they need. Do not be a victim, get free legal advice immediately from our firm. We have over 35 years of experience on your side. We can seek maximum compensation for your injuries, and hold those responsible for your injuries accountable for their negligence.
For help with your claim, call our Springfield medical malpractice attorney at (413) 650-1988.
With decades of experience handling simple to complex medical malpractice claims, Attorney Alan R. Goodman stands by your side from start to finish. You get a powerful advocate by your side to negotiate the best possible settlement or proceed with a lawsuit to pursue maximum compensation. Keep all options open with Attorney Alan R. Goodman. Fees are paid at the conclusion of your case. The legal fee is paid out of the settlement at the statutory rate approved under Massachusetts law. Our firm knows how to secure expert opinions to strengthen medical malpractice cases. We can help you assemble documents and evidence to build up your case.
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The only lawyer in all of Massachusetts who has been on 60 Minutes, 20-20, Good Morning America, NBC Evening News, the NY Sunday Times full-page feature article and has taught trial law and effective use of experts at Harvard Law School. Contact our Springfield medical malpractice lawyer today at (413) 650-1988 for a free consultation.