Private Counsel in a Medical Malpractice Case
Your insurer or your insurer-appointed attorney may suggest that you retain your own personal attorney. The circumstances where you and your insurer’s interests may diverge are rare, but they include coverage questions and settlement disputes. The recommendation is made so that you may have the advice or counsel of an attorney who is not also representing your insurer. Occasionally, private counsel may assist in informally mediating the resolution of a case.
Our attorneys are expert in these matters. We combine experience in all aspects of case resolution with productive relationships with all medical malpractice insurers. Select us as your private counsel and you will add personalized representation to your defense team.