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Medical Malpractice

 
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Medical Malpractice

A plaintiff’s life may have been severely impacted by medical malpractice, but if the case is complicated and a jury is unsympathetic, litigation may result in a bad outcome for the plaintiff. The financial future of physicians and medical institutions depends on their reputations. One medical malpractice case, with unfavorable facts and a multi-million dollar judgment, can set back those hard earned reputations.

Mistakes are made during medical treatment. That’s a fact of life for patients and those who treat them. But time-consuming, expensive and stressful medical malpractice cases don’t have to be a fact of life. Newman ADR can help bring the parties together to reach a settlement that is fair to both parties.

As an attorney, it’s up to you to find the best route for your client to reach his or her goals. Though litigation holds the promise of achieving those goals, what will that cost in money, time, energy and emotion? The vast majority of cases settle. Reaching that settlement in a fair, confidential, timely and cost-effective manner is in everyone’s interest.

Why put it off?

After spending more than 30 years in court on both sides of the bench, retired Pennsylvania Supreme Court Justice Sandra Schultz Newman established Newman ADR, an alternative dispute resolution company. She offers medical malpractice mediation, arbitration, neutral fact-finding, neutral evaluation and summary jury trials as tools to help parties in Pennsylvania resolve their differences and move on with their lives.

Newman ADR is the provider of choice for alternative dispute resolution in Pennsylvania. Justice Newman has brought the most adversarial clients to mutual understanding in the toughest of cases. Even when emotions cloud the parties’ rational judgment, Newman ADR’s proven ability to bring divergent parties to agreement is what makes us a successful and sought after medical malpractice mediator. Lawyers can feel confident in referring Pennsylvania medical malpractice mediation cases to Newman ADR.

When Justice Sandra Schultz Newman takes a Pennsylvania medical malpractice arbitration case, she commands respect from clients and attorneys. Knowing that she was a sitting judge and justice helps clients to feel confident that her arbitration decisions are objective and based on a solid legal understanding, as well as the principles of equity and fairness.

Newman ADR provides support in neutral evaluation when one or both parties are seeking the advice of an experienced attorney. Objective evaluation sometimes can move parties away from unrealistic positions, or at least provide them with more insight into the strengths and weaknesses of their case.

Newman ADR will provide neutral fact-finding through investigation of an issue, reports or testimonies in court. An independent investigation can provide parties with neutral information for use in the resolution process.

Newman ADR also can hold a summary jury trial for parties who want to resolve a case but can’t reach an agreement on the terms. A limited trial, with a jury deciding those terms, can be much more manageable and less expensive than a full trial.

If you’ve been unable to reach a settlement in a medical malpractice matter, contact Newman ADR. Put the case on track to a fair resolution that will allow the parties, and their attorneys, to put the case behind them and move on. Call Newman ADR today at (610) 527-0404.

In addition to medical malpractice, Newman ADR helps parties resolve their differences in family law, personal injury, workers’ compensation, zoning and other cases.

 
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  • Justice Sandra Schultz Newman is certified in basic and advanced divisions by the Harvard Law Mediation Program - a program that follows a facilitative mediation model and includes training by mediation professionals followed by mediation of advanced cases.
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