Serious Medical Injury / Death

Medical MalpracticeTo have a medical malpractice or medical negligence claim, you really need to have 2 things: the first thing is called a breach of the standard of care. Basically what that means is that a doctor, a hospital, or healthcare professional fails to do something, or does something that they shouldn’t do.

The second requirement for a medical malpractice claim is causation. Causation means that the breach results in damage or death to the patient.

It is important to understand that just because a patient has a bad outcome, it doesn’t mean that you have a medical negligence claim. Bad things happen to good people all the time and medicine is not a guarantee. It is not an exact science. So very frequently we see patients that have unfortunate outcomes or bad results from medical procedures but it doesn’t necessarily mean they have a medical negligence claim. If you know someone who has been seriously injured or has died from a medical procedure, YOU HAVE TOO MUCH AT STAKE not to investigate and protect your legal rights.

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