Medical Malpractice Contact Form

Medical malpractice is not limited to medical doctors. It applies also to osteopaths, nurses, dentists, health care facilities and others providing health care services. If you have questions about a potential medical malpractice claim, contact our firm to schedule a consultation with an experienced personal injury attorney.

Attorney W. Scott Sonntag, with law offices based in Columbia, Maryland, seeks financial redress for medical malpractice victims and their families in the Washington, D.C., and Baltimore metro areas. Scott Sonntag has over 30 years of experience in the field, including 17 years of capable defense work that gives him valuable insight into opposition strategies and credibility with insurers and other lawyers. A veteran of over 200 trials and thousands of settlements, Mr. Sonntag is a first-call resource for many D.C. and Baltimore attorneys focusing on other types of law.

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Medical Malpractice Contact Form

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What is the identity of the doctor and/or hospital in question?

When did you begin the medical treatment in question? When did the treatment end?

What occurred that leads you to believe a health care professional caused you harm?

Has any health care professional apologized for the results of your care?
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Has anyone told you that the medical care you received caused you an injury?

Did anyone discuss the risks of the treatment or medication at issue with you?
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Did you sign any documents acknowledging you were aware of the risks of treatment?
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Did you sign an arbitration agreement prior to commencing the medical care at issue?
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Did you have a pre-existing relationship with the doctor in question?

Was the physician in question assigned to you by a hospital?
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Why did you go to the doctor/hospital? What happened?

What is the current status of that condition?

What were you diagnosed with?

What treatment did you receive? What were the results of that treatment?

Are you currently under a doctor's care? For what?

What is your diagnosis? Prognosis?

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