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The website is created, maintained, and staffed by the Newsome Melton law firm. Newsome Melton’s main office is located at 201 S. Orange Avenue, Suite 1500, Orlando, and has lawyers licensed to practice in Florida, Illinois and New Mexico.
MedicalMalpracticeHelp.com is a free information service that is intended to provide accurate information to educate the public on the many areas of medical malpractice and legal requirements involved. The website is created, maintained, and staffed by the Newsome Law Firm. The Newsome Law Firm is a consumer justice law firm with offices located at 201 South Orange Avenue, Suite 1500
Orlando, Florida 32801. Rich Newsome is licensed by the Star Bar of Florida, Arizona, California, Texas and the District of Columbia. If Mr. Newsome undertakes representation of a client, he may do so with assistance of co-counsel in the state where the case is filed.
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