Nationally Recognized Medical malpractice firm seeking justice for you

We seek justice and hold at-fault parties accountable for medical malpractice while getting you max compensation

Marvin Masters

Hear it from our Clients

  • M. Plante

    Marvin Masters and his team are among the best in the business. The firm is devoted to ensuring that its clients are provided the best possible legal representation available. When a close friend of mine needed legal help I didn’t hesitate to recommend the Master Law Firm and they could not have been more pleased by the service they received.

  • T. Carpenter

    We are so lucky to have Masters Law Firm on our side. They made everything painless. From gathering our thoughts to gathering material for the court documents. And they explained everything along the way. Oh, and the court case went in our favor. That’s a plus! Thank you, Masters!

  • M. Blackwell

    The Masters Law Firm is highly recommended by me not only because of the professional experience, but also for the personal attention from the staff and attorneys there.

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Schedule your free consultation and one of our attorneys will go through your case step-by-step. Meet part of the team at The Masters below.

Kimberly Dotson
Kelly Elswick-Hall

At The Masters Law Firm, L.C., we understand the physical, emotional and financial toll medical malpractice can take on you and your family. We're here to provide strong legal guidance and moral support during this difficult time.

Our team believes in providing a unique and individualized approach to every case, ensuring you receive a legal strategy based on the intricacies of your case. When you choose The Masters, you choose to win.


  • Do I have a medical malpractice case?

    Under the law in all states, a plaintiff in a medical malpractice or negligence case must be able to prove three things. First, there was negligence by one or more healthcare providers involved in the patient’s care. Second, that this negligence was the cause of the injury or death. Third, the plaintiff must prove their damages are the result of negligence.

  • What can I recover from a medical malpractice lawsuit?

    There are two types of damages that are recoverable in any medical malpractice case. These are non-economic damages, such as pain and suffering, emotional distress, etc., and economic damages, which include loss of earnings and medical expenses.

  • How long will it take to resolve my medical malpractice case?

    Depending on court congestion and other county-specific factors, most cases can be resolved within two to three years.