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Our firm has a long history in the medical malpractice field. In fact, it was in the medical malpractice field that we built our medical knowledge so that we were able to handle a wide range of other case areas. We were able to expand into cases that range from a complex auto accidents involving serious brain injury all the way to toxic exposure that may have a brain impact. Medical malpractice, however, has been under assault by virtue of a very substantial lobbying effort by physicians, hospitals, and government agencies, to keep the costs associated with medical malpractice cases down. I can tell you that as an individual handling such cases it is only the most egregious cases, those involving gross negligence, and/or gross misconduct by either doctors or by hospitals that are successful in front of juries. To limit those lawsuits and the amount of pain and suffering that can be compensated to $250,000 in California, (and in many other states), or by limiting the attorney's fees to 15%, as they are limited here in California (and in many other states) in the event that the recovery is over $200,000. These types of limitations, such as annuities that are put into place for fees and for future medical care for a victim, cause these cases to be, frankly, just not cost effective to pursue. It is of great detriment to the general public if medical malpractice cases are simply ignored because no one can afford to handle them on behalf of a very seriously injured individual.