Medical malpractice attorneys, all board certified podiatric surgeons, helping victims of podiatry, orthopedic, and related specialty medical negligence and injuries.

So, a physician-attorney listed on this web site can still represent me, even if he is not in the same state?

In those instances where one of the independent physician-attorneys listed on the website is consulted by a client or other counsel representing their client in a jurisdiction outside of where that physician-attorney is admitted to the Bar, that individual will associate with local counsel who is either personally known, or who has been interviewed and in whom that physician-attorney has confidence in being competent to co-manage the case as exhibited. The physician-attorney will continue to work with local counsel in preparing the case's research, motions, pleadings, discovery, and depositions and if needed, attain temporary privileges to practice law in that state through the judicial doctrine of Pro Hac Vice.  

In this manner, the physician-attorneys listed on the website are available to clients in all fifty of the United States, the District of Columbia, and to consult with attorneys throughout the world.

The physician attorneys listed on the website have represented clients or consulted with attorneys in Alabama, Arizona, California, Connecticut, Florida, Georgia, Kansas, Kentucky, Idaho, Illinois, Iowa, Minnesota, New Jersey, New York, Nevada, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Texas, Vermont, Virginia, and Washington (state).

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