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New Special Report: 5 Common Questions from Victims of Hospital & Nursing Home Negligence

Posted by Scott M. Peterson | Feb 28, 2014 | 0 Comments

We are pleased to announce a new D'Orazio Peterson LLP Special Report: 5 Common Questions from Victims of Hospital & Nursing Home Neligence (And How to Get the Answers). This information report was created following and as the result of representation and consultation with numerous victims, many of whom had similiar questions. We encourage anyone with questions about their rights or the rights of a family member to read this report before taking any further action.

Click HERE to obtain a free copy of the Special Report.

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Scott M. Peterson

Scott M. Peterson is the founding partner of D'Orazio Peterson, having left a partnership at a large regional law firm to limit his practice and focus on exclusively representing individuals in a small number of employment and serious injury/medical malpractice matters. Scott's favorite part of practicing law is getting in front of a jury and standing up for an individual against a large company or institution.

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