I cannot fathom why you would have waited this long to go about finding a lawyer for this matter.
While I have no idea of how "good" this case may be, even if it is "documented by 3 dental specialist doctors," as you say, why would this not have been done sooner? You do seem to understand the process but I think it will be awfully tough to get someone to take over this at such a late date. I hope I am wrong for your sake, but I fear I am not.
In an event, just to clarify, I am not interested in this case and I do not represent you. This office will take no action on your behalf and no attorney client relationship is formed.
I do advise that you make every effort to find a lawyer to file a lawsuit on your behalf as soon as possible.
I wish you good luck.
Stephen L. Hoffman
Law Office of Stephen L. Hoffman LLC
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I don't know any lawyer who would take a case a week before the statute of limitations is up, especially without an expert report. However, you can search Avvo's "find a lawyer" for malpractice lawyers and be prepared to call a few. I would suggest that you offer a large retainer fee to entice someone. Good luck.
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I have to agree that you are likely to have a hard time finding someone to take a medical malpractice case on one weeks notice prior to the statute of limitations expiring. I hope for your sake you find someone. However, I am not that someone. Good luck
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