Q: Can I sue a hospital for medical malpractice with a pro bono lawyer to guide me through?
Because my case is complicated but the injuries are still there.
Medical malpractice attorneys in New York and other jurisdictions generally work on a contingency basis. You could reach out to med mal attorneys to discuss further. Most attorneys in this field offer free initial consults. If a law firm felt that your case had merit, they could request your records and review them with a medical professional. You could reach out to pro bono services to discuss your plans, but med mal is handled more often on a contingency basis. Good luck
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