Anesthesiologist M.D. Offers Expert Defense/Plaintiff Case Analysis Of Potential Medical Malpractice

Apr 12, 2001, 01:00 ET from AnesthesiologyExpert.com

    CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va., April 12 /PRNewswire/ -- Before you invest time and
 money defending or proceeding with an anesthesia-related medical malpractice
 case, check with expert board-certified anesthesiologist Joseph A. Stirt, M.D.
 Whether you are a defense or plaintiff attorney, Dr. Stirt can not only tell
 you if you have a case but also how best to structure it, based on a detailed
 medical review.
     No newcomer to cases involving possible anesthesia-related malpractice,
 Dr. Stirt has 15 years of experience.  Presented orally or as a written
 report, his in-depth analysis can save you hours of preparation and thousands
 of dollars.  He is prepared to step in at the last minute when another expert
 suddenly withdraws from a case.  Availability and rapid response make his
 service unique.
     According to Dr. Stirt, "The question I get most often is, 'Is it
 malpractice?'  My job is to sort out the bad outcomes due to occurrences that
 fall within the standard of care from those that do not.  The question of
 whether a case involves negligence is one that looms over every potential
 malpractice action.  If answered correctly, it can save both defendants and
 plaintiffs from mental anguish and ill-advised pursuit of a defense or
 lawsuit."
     Dr. Stirt serves on the faculty of a major U.S. medical school affiliated
 with a top-rated tertiary care medical center.  He sits on state medical
 boards as an expert reviewer and expert witness in anesthesiology.  He has
 written books, book chapters, and numerous scientific papers, as well as
 articles in the medical-legal literature, received honors and awards in
 medical teaching and scholarship, and has 18 years of academic anesthesia
 experience ranging from Post Anesthesia Care Unit Director and Outpatient
 Surgical Unit Director to his current position as Clinical Associate Professor
 of Anesthesiology.
     Dr. Stirt is a diplomate of the American Board of Anesthesiology and the
 National Board of Medical Examiners.  He has been an invited reviewer and
 lecturer in anesthesiology throughout the U.S. and Europe and has appeared on
 CNBC.
     Accessibility is a unique and important aspect of Dr. Stirt's services.
 His expertise in anesthesiology is available at any time.  He does not work on
 a contingency fee basis.  Your initial telephone consultation is free.
     For information: http://www.anesthesiologyexpert.com
     Contact: info@anesthesiologyexpert.com
     Phone: 804-242-4990
 
 

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    CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va., April 12 /PRNewswire/ -- Before you invest time and
 money defending or proceeding with an anesthesia-related medical malpractice
 case, check with expert board-certified anesthesiologist Joseph A. Stirt, M.D.
 Whether you are a defense or plaintiff attorney, Dr. Stirt can not only tell
 you if you have a case but also how best to structure it, based on a detailed
 medical review.
     No newcomer to cases involving possible anesthesia-related malpractice,
 Dr. Stirt has 15 years of experience.  Presented orally or as a written
 report, his in-depth analysis can save you hours of preparation and thousands
 of dollars.  He is prepared to step in at the last minute when another expert
 suddenly withdraws from a case.  Availability and rapid response make his
 service unique.
     According to Dr. Stirt, "The question I get most often is, 'Is it
 malpractice?'  My job is to sort out the bad outcomes due to occurrences that
 fall within the standard of care from those that do not.  The question of
 whether a case involves negligence is one that looms over every potential
 malpractice action.  If answered correctly, it can save both defendants and
 plaintiffs from mental anguish and ill-advised pursuit of a defense or
 lawsuit."
     Dr. Stirt serves on the faculty of a major U.S. medical school affiliated
 with a top-rated tertiary care medical center.  He sits on state medical
 boards as an expert reviewer and expert witness in anesthesiology.  He has
 written books, book chapters, and numerous scientific papers, as well as
 articles in the medical-legal literature, received honors and awards in
 medical teaching and scholarship, and has 18 years of academic anesthesia
 experience ranging from Post Anesthesia Care Unit Director and Outpatient
 Surgical Unit Director to his current position as Clinical Associate Professor
 of Anesthesiology.
     Dr. Stirt is a diplomate of the American Board of Anesthesiology and the
 National Board of Medical Examiners.  He has been an invited reviewer and
 lecturer in anesthesiology throughout the U.S. and Europe and has appeared on
 CNBC.
     Accessibility is a unique and important aspect of Dr. Stirt's services.
 His expertise in anesthesiology is available at any time.  He does not work on
 a contingency fee basis.  Your initial telephone consultation is free.
     For information: http://www.anesthesiologyexpert.com
     Contact: info@anesthesiologyexpert.com
     Phone: 804-242-4990
 
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