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Kenneth J. Annis & Associates

Medical Negligence

Assisting the Victims of Medical Malpractice in Washington, D.C.

Sometimes, patients will experience pain or injuries after surgeries, medical procedures or many other healthcare experiences. This is often due to a form of negligence on the part of a doctor, dentist, nurse or other type of healthcare provider. If negligence or a failure to practice within a certain standard has occurred on the part of the medical professional that resulted in injury, you may have a claim for medical malpractice.

If you have sustained injuries after a medical professional has not appropriately done his or her job, you are probably entitled to compensation. Recovery for medical malpractice can cover a wide variety of damages or injury including financial, emotional and medical compensation. You may also receive a recovery based on your loss of livelihood or quality of life due to your injuries.

If you or someone you care about has been injured and you believe it is due to the negligence of a healthcare provider, it is important that you consult with a Washington, D.C. medical malpractice attorney who is knowledgeable and experienced in specifically handling medical negligence matters. Many personal injury attorneys do not have specific knowledge and experience in the area of medical malpractice and may not be able to offer you the insight and specialized experience necessary to handle this serious case.

Assisting in All Manner of Medical Malpractice Claims

Medical malpractice occurs when a medical professional, which can include a doctor, nurse, dentist, and the like, fails to exercise adequate skill and diligence when rendering your medical treatment, thereby resulting in your injury.

Instances of medical malpractice can include: surgical errors, errors during birthing, hospital errors, medication errors, failure to timely diagnosis, misdiagnosis, defective drug products, and more. Any of these errors can result in serious injuries and even death.

At Kenneth J. Annis & Associates, we work with medical experts to provide an in-depth evaluation and assessment of your potential case. If it is determined that you have a viable claim for negligence, our office will proceed with the prosecution of your case against those healthcare providers who have wronged you to obtain the best possible recovery for you.

Seeking Compensation for Your Medical Malpractices Injuries

Kenneth J. Annis & Associates takes a subjective approach and treats each client’s case with the attention and focus it deserves. Each case is different, and our team believes in developing a relationship with you based on trust, transparency and adequate communication. Our experience in this field has helped our firm develop tactful strategies when handling medical malpractice matters that create the most successful outcomes with the least amount of expense and stress for our clients. From start to finish, we handle your case with care and use an aggressive approach you can be confident is centered around your best interest.

Although you have many things to focus on, it is important for you to contact a qualified Washington, D.C. medical malpractice attorney sooner rather than later. A statute of limitations creates a legal timer that may limit your ability to file a medical malpractice claim. As such, it is imperative you do not delay and contact an experienced medical malpractice attorney as soon as possible.

Kenneth J. Annis & Associates: Aggressive Representation for the Victims of Medical Malpractice

If you or someone you know may have a claim of medical malpractice against a healthcare provider, the Washington, D.C. Medical Malpractice Attorneys at Kenneth J. Annis & Associates can help. We offer experienced assistance to the victims of medical malpractice, seeking your full recovery. Contact Kenneth J. Annis & Associates at (202) 785-2244 or email for a free consultation.


1100 Connecticut Ave NW #645
Washington, DC 20036

Phone: 202-785-2244
Fax: 202-785-8181


We serve the following localities: Washington DC; Baltimore; Anne Arundel County including Annapolis and Glen Burnie; Prince George's County including Upper Marlboro, Hyattsville, and Bowie; Carroll County including Westminster and Eldersburg; and Montgomery County including Rockville, Germantown, and Bethesda.