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Neinstein Medical Malpractice Lawyers - FAQ

For over 50 years, Neinstein Personal Injury Lawyers has represented seriously injured accident victims from across Ontario. During that time, our team of medical malpractice lawyers has earned a reputation for relentless advocacy on behalf of our clients. It is our goal to guide our clients through every step of the legal process, while ensuring they have access to the best possible care during their recovery.

 
 
What sets Neinstein apart?

We thrive on finding solutions during difficult times. For over 50 years, Neinstein Personal Injury Lawyers has represented some of Ontario's most vulnerable and seriously injured accident victims. With expertise in all areas of personal injury and medical malpractice law, Neinstein Personal Injury Lawyers is prepared to help you and your family during every step of your to recovery.
 
What is a medical malpractice lawsuit?

Duncan Embury, a Partner at Neinstein Personal Injury Lawyers and Head of the Medical Malpractice group explains what a medical malpractice lawsuit is and how Neinstein can help.
 
What are my options if I have medical negligence concerns?

Neinstein Personal Injury Lawyers Associate Nicholas Sampson explains what options are available to victims of medical malpractice, and what focus areas Neinstein specializes in.
 
What is the goal of obtaining a medical assessment?

Rose Leto, a Partner with both Neinstein Personal Injury Lawyers and Neinstein Medical Malpractice Lawyers, explains how obtaining a medical assessment is vital to the success of your medical malpractice case.
 
When does a personal injury investigation start?

Rose Leto, a Partner with Neinstein Personal Injury Lawyers and Neinstein Medical Malpractice Lawyers, explains how and when a personal injury investigation gets underway.
 
What does patient safety mean at Neinstein?

Sonia Nijjar, an Associate at Neinstein's Medical Malpractice Lawyers, explains how Neinstein views patient safety, and how the work of our medical malpractice team contributes to the effectiveness of Ontario's healthcare system.