As seasoned medical malpractice litigators, the Medlaw Legal Team of Janet,
Jenner & Suggs, LLC has expanded the rights of the injured by changing laws
at the appellate and legislative levels. For example, we have:
Secured for medical malpractice victims the right to hold negligent
physician/employees of the District of Columbia accountable even when
their employer is immune from being sued
Established in Maryland that brain damaged children may receive
compensation for future life care expenses, even when their parents'
claim for those expenses is barred by the statute of limitations
Established in Maryland that physician fraud in concealing the cause of
death will extend the deadline for filing a wrongful death action
Helped defeat state and national legislation that would curtail the
legal rights of victims of medical and pharmaceutical malpractice
Our nationally recognized firm includes
a board-certified obstetric/gynecologist
M.D., nurse/attorneys (R.N./J.D.'s), and nurse/paralegals
including a former labor and delivery room nurse. In addition to our medical
expertise, we have received the highest rating for ethical conduct
and professional excellence offered by Martindale-Hubbell® ("AV"), a U.S.
peer review organization. Please meet the
MedLaw Legal Team Attorneys.
As reported in national media such as USA Today, Jet Magazine,
the Washington Post, and Dateline NBC,
Janet, Jenner & Suggs, LLC has won record-breaking verdicts and settlements,
and other substantial recoveries, such as:
$24 million verdict for a child who suffered brain damage due to
mismanagement of an upper airway obstruction, the highest medical
malpractice verdict to date in Washington, D.C.
More than $43 million recovered for victims of dangerous drugs and
pharmaceutical products, including Baycol, Rezulin and latex gloves
$12 million verdict for legal malpractice victims whose prior attorneys
failed to secure expert witnesses and prosecute an anesthesia
malpractice case on a timely basis
$10.8 million verdict for a baby who suffered brain damage due to an
improperly diagnosed uterine rupture, the highest malpractice verdict to
date in Oregon
Highlighted Cases for more information about recoveries we have
obtained for our clients.
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