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3 Requirements to Prove Malpractice

Medical malpractice is a specialized type of personal injury case that is brought against physicians, hospitals, nurses, EMTs or other medical care professionals. It is a type of professional malpractice  that applies only when a person is harmed in the course of receiving some type of medical treatment or medical [...]

5 Ways Autopsies are Helpful When Establishing Medical Malpractice

When someone dies and medical malpractice is suspected, it is common for the family of the deceased to pursue legal action against the party it believes is responsible. These lawsuits, known as wrongful death lawsuits, are more common than most people realize. Medical malpractice happens much more often than it [...]

What Happens to Doctors After Being Charged with Medical Malpractice

When doctors are sued for malpractice, it can be a life-changing experience. When a lawsuit occurs, it can trigger  myriad of feelings from anger and frustration to self-doubt and questioning. An internal dialogue may include a question like “What should I do now?”. About 40 percent of surgeons and doctors [...]