Medical and Hospital Malpractice

For more than 20 years, Bartlett has been recognized as a leading medical malpractice defense law firm. Our attorneys have represented the interests of some of the most prestigious Medical Centers, and have advocated for thousands of reputable physicians, dentists, and other health care providers. 

Our attorneys possess in-depth medical knowledge in fields including obstetrics, neurology, radiology, orthopedics, infectious disease, emergency medicine, and surgery.  Our ability to skillfully review and analyze medical records, conference and depose experts, and conduct meaningful depositions is substantiated by the exceptional results we have achieved in complex medical malpractice cases. 

Bartlett is devoted to serving its clients in the Health, Life Science, and Healthcare industries. To educate our clients and colleagues on issues related to malpractice litigation, health law, risk management strategies and relevant changes in law, our attorneys routinely lecture and present on these crucial, and frequently life-altering issues. 


The representation of healthcare professionals and facilities requires that a lawyer have specialized knowledge and expertise in the client’s professional discipline in addition to a solid understanding of the applicable law.   The Bartlett Healthcare Group takes pride in its ability to analyze and understand the complex medical/legal issues that arise in claims of alleged medical and healthcare malpractice.  Our lawyers’ commitment to accurate and candid identification of the medical treatment at issue, and the applicable standards of care, often increases the likelihood of a favorable and timely resolution of the claim.  We have extensive experience defending doctors, nurses and other medical professionals against claims of medical, psychiatric, dental and nursing malpractice.  Likewise, the members of our Healthcare Group represent institutional clients, including some of the largest and most prominent hospitals, clinics, nursing homes and their employed physicians, nurses, and allied health professionals, as well as private physicians who maintained their malpractice insurance through hospital-run programs.  

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