Medical malpractice happens when a doctor or medical professional is negligent or omits treatment that results in harm to a patient. Types of negligence by a healthcare professional include an error in treatment, diagnosis or management of the ill… Read More
Do I Have a Medical Malpractice Case?
This question cannot be answered without, at the very least, a detailed review of medical records, relevant medical history and, in most cases, a consultation with a qualified physician/expert witness. While an experienced medical malpractice atto… Read More
What Determines Medical Negligence?
The answer is a health care provider is negligent if he or she fails to act in a way that is determined to be the “standard of care.” Standard of care means the acceptable way of conducting a surgery, medical procedure, diagnostic process or o… Read More
How Long Do I Have to File a Malpractice Lawsuit?
Under the law of most states, you have a limited period of time to file a medical malpractice suit. That time limit is called the statute of limitations. The statute of limitations varies state by state and there are fact specific issues that may… Read More
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