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A Medical Malpractice Attorney Who Has An M.D.

An injury or worsened condition may result from an emergency room error, a misdiagnosis, or failure to treat a condition properly and in a timely manner. However the injury happens, the affected patient and his or her family often face formidable challenges, including additional medical expenses, income lost due to time off work, pain and suffering, and diminishment of enjoyment of life.

A medical malpractice claim or lawsuit can recover needed compensation in the event of a medical mistake. The choice of a lawyer after a medical mistake can be critically important for the outcome. Determining the viability of a case is the first step toward success. Martin T. McDonough, M.D., J.D., along with lawyers Emily A., McDonough and Allison A. McDonough, screens potential cases carefully to verify that:

  • A potential client has a compelling case
  • The costs for bringing a claim will not exceed potential compensation to be recovered
  • A potential client and the law firm are well-matched in terms of goals and expectations

Initial Consultations At The McDonough Law Office​ Are At No Charge For Inquiring Potential Clients.

Important questions such as the following receive careful consideration at these free consultations: Was a delayed appendectomy the real reason for a poor outcome? Was a newborn’s critical condition likely the result of a preventable birth injury? Did a stroke disable a patient more than it should have because of an emergency room error?

Similar questions arise regarding other cases involving:

These discussions are beneficial for patients and their families who want to be heard, and need both medical evaluations and legal advice after a medical mistake has caused harm. When there is a genuine and well-documented reason to bring a medical malpractice claim, many New Jersey clients turn to The McDonough Law Office, a well-established law firm that is respected by legal professionals as well as past clients whose cases have been successfully resolved.

Inquiring potential clients at initial consultations inevitably take away valuable insights and suggestions even if the determination is that there is not a viable case. Existing clients of The McDonough Law Office appreciate the thoughtful, thorough and client-centered approach of this New Jersey medical malpractice law firm. They notice the benefits of working with a lawyer with a medical education. The turnaround time for evaluating medical records is noticeably prompt. Other attorneys often refer their own clients with challenging cases to The McDonough Law Office.

Contact Us To Request A Free Consultation

We, the medical malpractice attorneys and staff at The McDonough Law Office in Woodstown, Salem County, welcome the opportunity to listen to the facts of your case and offer preliminary recommendations in a free initial consultation. We have handled many types of medical malpractice cases from birth injuries and emergency room mistakes to medical surgery errors. Call 856-624-3644 or send an email to schedule a consultation with a lawyer.