Litigation Department Of The Year: Danaher Lagnese Approaches Medical Malpractice Defense From Multiple Angles

Danaher Lagnese has medical malpractice defense down to a science. The Hartford firm's 26 lawyers are divided up into teams based on areas of expertise. If a doctor who treats cancer patients gets sued, certain lawyers handle those malpractice cases involving cancer. Other teams focus on cardiology, birth injuries, nursing home and rehabilitation cases, orthopedics, anesthesiology and radiology.

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