As Director of Medilex, I have worked with thousands of attorneys over the years in medical malpractice, pain & suffering, wrongful death, mold, excessive force, DUI, child abuse, STD, criminal, lead exposure, and other types of matters. Here are the factors that make the better attorneys stand out.
Experts are like diamonds. That’s not a comparison based on value; rather, it’s because they're multifaceted.
I’m hesitant to believe that any expert is perfect, but there are numerous factors to consider about an expert. Here’s a list of my top ten, not in any order.
I've thought about why Medilex has thrived over the past 27 years and what sets us apart. Here are the five most important reasons.
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