Indiana personal injury attorney Barry Rooth is a widely respected medical malpractice lawyer who has managed to make a real difference in his community by prosecuting rogue doctors on behalf of his injured clients. Barry’s first notable case prosecuting a rogue doctor was featured in a Vanity Fair expose on how Indiana surgeon Mark Weinberger injured more than 350 people performing unnecessary and harmful surgical procedures. Barry then spearheaded a legal team that held Dr. Arvind Gandhi responsible for harming nearly 300 hundred patients performing unnecessary and harmful procedures (covered in the NY Times: https://www.nytimes.com/2015/10/18/business/a-small-indiana-town-scarred-by-a-trusted-doctor.html). Barry sits down with Chris and Mike to discuss how he ended up handling such prominent cases and the process he went through to make sure his clients received justice.
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