|Medical malpractice attorneys, all board certified podiatric surgeons, helping victims of podiatry, orthopedic, and related specialty medical negligence and injuries.|
The focus of the Foot
Law web site is all types of medical malpractice and personal injury litigation, including those cases related to the treatment or surgery of the foot, ankle, or leg. Each independent
physician-attorney listed on the Foot Law web
site is available to represent clients who have suffered any type of personal injury or medical negligence,
including foot, ankle, or leg surgery, or following any type of associated treatment.|
Each independent physician-attorney listed on the Foot Law web site is available to represent clients who have suffered any type of Personal Injury including but not limited to the foot, ankle, or leg.
Any of the attorneys are also available to assist clients in Workers' Compensation or disability claims involving the foot, ankle, and leg; as well as claims or appeals affecting patient health care plans where the foot, ankle, or leg is involved.
These physician-attorneys are also available to serve as co-counsel with other attorneys throughout the United States regarding all types of medical malpractice litigation, including cases related to the bones and joints of the body, orthopedic, and foot cases. Plaintiff and defense oriented attorneys are invited to review our Litigation Support Page.
These physician-attorneys are available to provide independent representation to all physicians in medical malpractice actions (including uninsured or underinsured physicians). This type of legal representation can be extremely vital in those cases where there are conflicting interests in the goals of the defense attorney retained to represent the physician's insurer, rather than the physician individually. Furthermore, the physician-attorneys provide representation and consultation to all physicians in state board actions, corporate considerations, contract negotiations, representations in cases of Medicare (or other third-party payer) audits, recoupments or fraud actions.
The following types of cases are examples of matters in which the physician-attorneys listed on the Foot Law web site can assist in. Please visit the Litigation News section to see full descriptions of reported cases in the following areas: