3 Reasons Why Hiring an RN Attorney as a Medical Malpractice Attorney is a Good Idea

3 Reasons Why Hiring an RN Attorney as a Medical Malpractice Attorney is a Good IdeaMany things in life require experts. You wouldn’t want your 12-year-old repaving your whole driveway when there’s a crack in it. You call an expert to do it the right way the first time. George Tait is a Registered Nurse and an attorney who knows both the law the medicine.

Reasons Why

We assume that you could come up with over three reasons to hire a retired RN as a medical malpractice attorney. We just want to give you the best reasons.

  1. George (and other RNs) know a thing or two about the medical field. George worked in the Burn Unit at the University of Utah Hospital. He has had many patients with different needs. He has the knowledge from his nursing career to understand your medical records and notes from medical care facilities.
  2. Knowledge is power—that’s how the saying goes. You get a two in one! Most medical malpractice attorneys have not had first-hand experience in the medical field. You get an expert in the law and you get one in medicine.
  3. Diversity is scarce in attorneys. Most attorneys keep to one area and don’t dive into others. George does personal injury but has also been on the other side. He knows why a medical professional would do certain things and if they deviated from the standard of care. George has defended medical malpractice claims (in a former life) and now exclusively represents persons when they have been harmed by the negligence of medical professionals or facilities.

Look No Further

We can offer no guarantees about the outcome of any given case when representing you but we can promise you honesty. George knows both worlds. He can tell you what will probably happen based on what he knows legally and medically. Trust us when we say… “we have your back and we will do our best by you.”

George Tait Law and its Salt Lake City Medical Malpractice Attorneys are licensed to practice law only in the State of Utah and maintain offices in Salt Lake City, Utah. No attorney client relationship is established by simply visiting this website.