McIver Brown is one of the nation's leading medical malpractice law firms, representing clients injured or killed in cases involving doctors, nurses, clinics, hospitals and other health care facilities and providers.
What other law firms wonât tell you, is that they donât have the expertise or the financial strength to take your case through trial and maximize your recovery. At McIver Brown, we do.
There are procedural tricks and government imposed damage caps in many states which can be confusing and cause inexperienced lawyers to settle your case for far less than you deserve. McIver Brownâs lawyers focus exclusively on medical malpractice and nursing home cases, and are not merely general practitioners.
McIver Brown fronts all your caseâs expenses for you and only gets paid if we win. Other lawyers may not have the financial backing to take your case all the way to trial, and thus will be forced to settle early for far less than full value. At McIver Brown, we can take your case to trial in order to maximize your recovery.
Rich McIver focuses exclusively on plaintiff's medical malpractice litigation. In his practice, he has represented injured children, elderly patients abused in nursing homes, hospital negligence and patients harmed by improper surgeries among others. Whether it is working with expert witnesses, negotiating with other lawyers, or counseling clients, Rich McIver has worked diligently to advance the rights of his clients in litigation.
He has been involved in a broad range of negligence cases. From assisting patients injured at the hands of doctors, hospitals, or nursing homes, Rich McIvers practice includes all manner of healthcare litigation.
Niti Shah is an experienced trial tested medical malpractice lawyer. As a former medical malpractice defense attorney with the esteemed firm Fulbright & Jaworski, Niti worked in the firm's medical malpractice group.
Niti joined the McIver Brown Law Firm because of a desire to help individual clients who have been harmed, neglected or killed by the healthcare system. In her years of practice, she has helped clients and their families in both the prosecution and defense of matters in the court system, before mediators, in settlement and in arbitration proceedings.
Niti's experience and knowledge include cases involving hospital malpractice, pharmaceutical litigation, medical products liability, nursing home malpractice, physician malpractice, and nursing malpractice. Additionally, Niti has handled significant lawsuits involving plaintiffs and hospitals, negotiated settlements both inside and outside mediation, and has repeatedly published articles on specialty issues in medical malpractice law. With a track-record of successes Niti is among the nation's most highly regarded young trial lawyers.
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Charles Brown is an experienced healthcare litigator. Formerly, as an attorney with Fulbright & Jaworski, Charles focused on the healthcare industry. In over a decade of practice, he has helped clients in both the prosecution and defense of matters in the court system, before agencies, and in alternative dispute proceedings.
His broad experience and knowledge base includes cases involving hospital malpractice, nursing home malpractice, physician malpractice, and nursing malpractice. Additionally, he has handled significant cases involving vending and services contracts between vendors and hospitals, commercial disputes between hospitals, and employee injury claims by hospital employees. With 14 first chair jury trials, 4 second chair jury trials, 2 first chair bench trials, and 3 first-chair arbitrations, Charles is an experienced, tested trial lawyer.
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Robert focuses exclusively on medical malpractice trial work. In his practice, he has represented the families of injured and deceased elderly patients that were negligently treated in nursing homes. Robert has also represented patients harmed through improperly performed surgeries, failure to diagnose and failure to treat cases which resulted in serious injury or death.