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Do you have a legitimate medical malpractice case?

On Behalf of | Mar 15, 2022 | Medical Malpractice

Medical malpractice can have a lasting impact on your life and prevent you from getting the help you really need. Proving that a doctor’s negligence caused serious repercussions can take time and commitment.

When you know what you need to prove to establish a legitimate malpractice case, you can begin strategizing a plan.

Creating a lawsuit

Frustrations with a medical provider are not uncommon, but simply feeling dissatisfied is not enough to claim malpractice. According to the U.S. National Library of Medicine, you need to prove four elements to have a fully functioning lawsuit. These include the following:

  • An irresponsible act resulted in a serious outcome
  • Your well-being rested in the hands of your doctor
  • Your doctor acted negligently
  • The outcome caused extensive damages and hardship

Presenting your case

A good portion of malpractice cases that go to court still end in favor of the doctor or physician in question. Presenting your case with unmistakable evidence may require the help of a legal professional. An attorney can help you organize evidence, make connections between outcomes and establish the severe impact of your doctor’s actions on your circumstances and future.

When you seek medical treatment, you should never feel nervous about suffering worse health at the hands of your doctor. If treatment fails or has contradictory results, your medical team should immediately reassess your plan and make necessary modifications. If you suffer a permanent injury, ongoing discomfort, financial hardship or a lower quality of life because of medical treatment you received, you have the right to take legal action and seek compensation for the damages.

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