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, the National Director who knew first hand of the struggle of having a legitimate case, but being denied the right to access to court.


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.

 Lawyers, law students
and volunteers

If you are interested in helping with this project, please send us an email to We would love to partner with college campuses on this initiative as well.