Accomplished Lawyers Fighting for Medical Malpractice Victims in Baltimore and Washington D.C
Maryland attorneys offer valuable representation after a serious medical mistake
When you put your health in the hands of a professional, you expect the best possible results and first class care. Tragically, that is not always the case. Doctors, nurses, hospital staff, and other trusted professionals can make mistakes—and the worst errors may even turn deadly. These errors include issues in the ER, problems on the operating table, mistakes made in your doctor’s private practice, and many more. You should know that if your health care provider has caused more harm than good, you may be entitled to compensation through a medical malpractice lawsuit.
Medical malpractice in Baltimore and Washington D.C. is more common than you might think. The hard-hitting malpractice attorneys at the law firm of Schochor, Federico and Staton, P.A. are the area’s leading attorneys in litigating—and winning—even the most difficult cases. With a robust support staff, years of dedicated service to medical malpractice law, and a passion for serving our clients, our lawyers have won difficult cases against big-name defendants.
Our attorneys serve clients in and around Maryland, Baltimore, and Washington D.C., as well as Silver Spring, Upper Marlboro, Rockville, Greenbelt, Annapolis, and Columbia. We have the resources and capability to handle complex cases as well as class action lawsuits. Our results speak for themselves.
Medical malpractice across the greater Maryland area
All health care providers have a duty to adhere to the acceptable standards of care for their profession. When a doctor, nurse, technician, or other provider falls below these standards, it may be considered medical malpractice or negligence. Sometimes those actions are the result of carelessness or recklessness. In any event, these mistakes are usually preventable.
At the law firm of Schochor, Federico and Staton, we fight for medical malpractice victims and their families against the big hospitals, nursing homes, and other medical facilities as well as the specific health care providers who fail to deliver adequate care.