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Protecting Injured Clients Across Massachusetts

A Leg Up In Medical Negligence Cases: We Have Doctors And Nurses On Staff

Have you been injured as the result of a medical procedure? Did a medical provider’s error result in the injury or death of a loved one? If so, we can help you find the answers that you need.

Located in the Boston area, our firm has a unique strength: We have doctors and nurses on staff. These combined backgrounds in law and medicine translate into better results and fewer delays.

Why Our Medical Backgrounds Matter

Medical negligence cases are notoriously hard to prove. The combination of physician judgment, unknown factors (for example, if the patient failed to disclose a medication with an increased bleeding risk and then excessive blood loss occurred during surgery), split-second decisions and high-stress situations are very difficult to discern in some instances.

It takes in-depth knowledge of the human body, a legal eye, a compassionate advocate and a great attention to detail to be successful in these cases. You get all of that and more when you put the attorneys of Barry D. Lang, M.D. & Associates on your side.

Committed To Helping With All Types Of Medical Issues

We have a wide breadth of experience representing victims across Massachusetts in claims such as:

Get Legal Help — Free Consultation

It won’t cost you anything to discuss your medical malpractice questions with a member of our team. Call 1-877-LAW-DOCS to get started. We offer contingency fee representation, meaning you won’t have to pay attorney fees unless we recover compensation for you.

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The Advantage Of Having
Doctors And Nurses On Staff
We can review your case quickly and efficiently, without the delays you'd find at many other firms.
We have the medical knowledge necessary to understand — and prove — your condition.
We have strong connections with trusted experts in various fields of specialization.
We know how to gather the right types of medical evidence.
We know how to pick apart confusing medical records to make sense of everything that happened.