“Shoemaker to their shoes”. Frequently we receive in our offices “cries for help” from medical malpractice victims who have entrusted their medical malpractice cases to attorneys without the needed experience in these types of cases. Typically, they arrive desperately because they have realized their attorneys lack the knowledge needed to litigate these cases. That is why, our offices has adopted a directive of not accepting on-going cases, with counted exceptions. These cases reach our offices without medical experts or with deficient experts, prescribed causes of action and allegations poorly written. As a general rule, when these cases get to our hands, it is too late and there is little we can do to fix them. Medical malpractice cases, because of their technical requirements and medial material, require experience and knowledge. If you think you have a medical malpractice action, call an attorney with experience in this type of matters.