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Succesful Litigation Stress Coaching decreases a physician’s vulnerability to repeating medical malpractice risk.

Statistically, if there are 10,000 insured members, 7.4%, or 740 of them, are most likely to be involved in a medical malpractice lawsuit. If even 5% of those 740 (37 members), can avoid an additional medical malpractice lawsuit, which on average costs $25,000, you will have saved $925,000.00.

Should the lawsuit cost $50,000 and 37 members avoid being sued, the savings would be $1,850,000.00. If the lawsuit cost $100,000 and just one member avoids being sued, the savings would be $100,000.

SLSC lowers legal fees with more efficient physician-attorney communication.

A case going to trial may take approximately 100 – 120 hours. If the case settles quickly, it may reduce the time to approximately 40 – 60 hours.

Based on a fee structure ranging between $200.00 – $500.00/hour, if you save merely ten billable hours, that would be a savings of between $2,000.00 – $5,000.00. Saving twenty billable hours, would garner tremendous savings of $4,000.00 – $10,000.00, etc.

SLSC improves physician demeanor in legal proceedings.

Physician demeanor is one of the most important criteria in determining the outcome of the case.

If the doctor looks like he doesn’t trust his attorney or expert witness, and/or if the doctor looks like he wants to intimidate the opposing expert witness, he shoots himself in the foot, and does considerable damage to the case.

Reduce the risk of repeat medical malpractice suits, improve physician-attorney communication and reduce legal fees.

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Your knowledge, insight, prompt response and correct posture have helped me to make better decisions regarding my lawsuit. The coaching helped me walk thru many obstacles quickly and with decisiveness and shake the fear that typically throws hurdles our way.  I would highly recommend your services particularly to the Fortune 500 company executives and also anyone facing litigation. This service makes a tremendous difference in attitude and outcome.

Very Best,
Susan R.A.

Being a defendant in a medical malpractice case is not something for which one can prepare nor navigate without help.  The abrupt onset of anger, disappointment, anxiety, self doubt and denial are dwarfed only by the uncertainty of what lies ahead …and what lies ahead is a long and difficult journey.  Attorneys understand and can share their expertise of the law and the process, but unfortunately may fall short in the ability to help the physician-defendant deal with the many other issues that accompany a lawsuit.  The attorney can focus solely on the case at hand, but the physician cannot afford to have such singular focus.  S/he must continue to see patients.  The support of friends and peers can be comforting, but expert coaching can provide the physician- defendant real skills and techniques to help them find the light at the end of the tunnel.  As a result, the physician-defendant will be not only more focused partner for the attorney, but a better doctor for their patients.

This is what I found to be my experience.

Dr. D


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