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LITIGATION AND ADVOCACY:
MEDICAL MALPRACTICE

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This may seem like a surprising statistic, but medical mistakes are the third leading cause of death in the United States, roughly 10% of U.S. deaths annually.

In most states, the law requires that doctors and other medical providers adhere to an expected standard of care and to obtain your informed consent before undertaking any medical procedure or treatment. When this level of care falls short and you suffer injuries, you may have a case for medical malpractice. The other situation that can happen is when you do not consent to a procedure and thus suffer injuries you otherwise would not have incurred, then you may have a case.

These cases can be complicated with many moving pieces to link together. When you are determining if you have a medical malpractice case, it is very valuable to consult with a lawyer who knows the nuances of medical malpractice law.

If you believe that a doctor negligently caused injury to you, consider contacting us to discuss the facts and circumstances of your case. We will happily meet with you to discuss your circumstances and take the time to explain the process to you if we believe you have a potential case.

 
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