deathIn the grief that follows the loss of a loved one, you may wonder whether a medical care provider could have caused or prevented the death.

At Stecco Law, P.C., our Maryland and Washington, DC wrongful death attorneys meet with families who have the same questions. We help families sort through the convoluted facts and determine whether they have a case.  While this is not always an easy process, the families of lost loved ones need to understand exactly what happened in order to have closure.  The run around provided by the medical provider only serves to make the situation worse. The attorneys at Stecco Law can cut through the excuses and misdirection and get to the the truth for you and your family.

If you have a sense that negligence may have played a role in a serious injury or loss of a loved on, we can help.  Important evidence such as witnesses and medical records get lost over time. So while Maryland’s statute of limitations on medical malpractice cases is generally three years, it is important to contact an attorney as early as possible following a serious injury to preserve all evidence. Evidence that will be necessary to prove your case in a court of law.

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