Bringing Awareness to a Silent Epidemic

At the NMMAA, we dream of a world where people who receive services from medical professionals receive a fair and humane distribution of healthcare, compassion, and resources. Sadly, each year 440,000 patients die from medical negligence. That amounts to 1,205 lives lost every day.  At the NMMAA, we dream of a world where, everyday, those who enter the medical community trust that their lives are in good hands.

NMMAA Initiatives

The National Medical Malpractice Advocacy association is the first organization in history to receive recognition through Proclamations on a local, state, and national level. We began this initiative in 2015 as a way to give recognition to those harmed by medical errors. We recognize this every July. Individuals and firms across the nation participate in bringing awareness to the 3rd leading cause of death in America. 


NMMAA continues to work diligently with local, state and national leaders across this county and is proud to announce that July has been proclaimed and/or acknowledge as Medical Malpractice Month in several states across this nations.

Medical Malpractice Awareness Month main objective is to bring about awareness, to ensure transparency in that the American people and people all over the world have the right to transparency and safer health care measures.  Through unity and education and the bringing together of like-minded individuals, the NMMAA as an organization will “END THE SILENCE” by providing Hope and promoting Healing and by allowing Honor to the memories of all those injured or lost due to medical negligence.


Hope that all local, state, national and federal agencies will be committed to fighting for injustices and disparities in our health care system;


Healing the hurt and the pain of the hearts of those that have been affected by medical negligence by providing them with direction, services and support and by allowing them a voice for change;


Honor and value the citizen’s rights of the United States for accountability and transparency and protect them from all harm and danger by ensuring that each individual has the right to obtain crucial and important information when making a health or medical decision.

“No man or entity should possess the power to withhold pertinent information that could result in the ending of a life.)

~Deirdre Gilbert Dickson, National Director of the National Medical Malpractice Advocacy Association

On the Road with Medical Malpractice

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At The National Medical Malpractice Advocacy Association, we are dedicated to stepping up our efforts in addressing this issue. This is by no means an easy feat, but through cooperation and community empowerment we believe we can facilitate progress in this area. We are always striving to make a difference, and invite you to learn more and lend your support. The order # is CMD19120476. 

The Medical Malpractice Right to Justice Project

The Medical Malpractice Right to Justice Project is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that is committed to bringing justice for those who were stripped of their 7th Amendment right to court and to reform the health system to prevent future injustices. The Medical Malpractice Right to Justice Project was founded in 2019 by Deirdre Gilbert, Charles Brown, Chip Wagar, and L. Bradley Swartz.


Purpose: “The Medical Malpractice Right to Justice Project’s mission is to assist those harmed by medical negligence who’s cases never were heard in a court of law, and to bring these cases before a court based on evidence ranging from misstated/understated or erroneous death certificates, misstated/understated/overstated or erroneous expert reports, altered or falsified medical records, existence of individual, hospital, physician, institutional agencies conflict of interest.


Founding: The Medical Malpractice Right to Justice Project was established as a result of finding cases that had legitimate causes of actions, but were blocked for presenting information to a court of law due to evidence of collusion and erroneous reports.

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