Video Transcript

There are so many examples of medical malpractice. I mean, some of the more classic examples are a birth trauma case. So a mother comes into a hospital, she’s perfectly healthy, the baby is healthy. There’s a delay in delivering the child, and that can sometimes cause profound brain damage to that child. You have surgical errors where a patient comes in and what is expected and should be a routine surgery, and something takes place that shouldn’t, that causes a significant injury. Medical malpractice, really, if you’ve done this long enough, you understand, typically falls into sort of a discrete number of examples, sort of classic fact patterns where there really should be an expected positive outcome and there isn’t. And that’s where we really step in and do our investigation to really drill down and understand exactly what happened and how it could have been prevented.