Antioch, CA asked in Medical Malpractice for California

Q: I'm creating a letter of intent to sue for malpractice. Is there a lawyer available who could read it?

I just need a lawyer to go over it and provide feedback pro-bono or low cost?

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James L. Arrasmith
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  • Sacramento, CA
  • Licensed in California

A: In California, you may seek assistance from legal aid organizations or pro-bono clinics that offer services to individuals preparing legal documents.

The State Bar of California provides resources for finding such assistance. Additionally, local bar associations often have referral programs that can connect you with attorneys willing to review documents at a reduced cost or pro-bono for qualifying individuals. Law schools might also have clinics where law students, supervised by licensed attorneys, provide legal services for free or for a nominal fee.

It's advisable to contact these resources directly to inquire about availability and eligibility for their services. Remember to provide them with all relevant information to ensure a thorough review of your letter of intent to sue for medical malpractice.

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