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In Colorado, how do I know if I have a viable medical malpractice claim?

First, what is a medical malpractice claim?At the outset, the word “malpractice” is a misnomer, reflecting its nature when it was first …

Answered by Francis V. Cristiano

How Is Medical Malpractice Proven In Florida?

A medical malpractice case in Florida is much different than a motor vehicle crash, slip and fall or another type of personal injury accident. …

Answered by Lindsay L. Tygart

Can I Sue A Hospital For Bedsores In Florida?

Yes, you can sue a hospital if the hospital’s negligence leads to a patient suffering harm from bedsores.It is important to determine the …

Answered by William A. Dean

I live in Pennsylvania, how do I know if I have a medical malpractice case?

From a distracted nurse who forgets to submit lab work to a doctor who rushes through an exam and fails to fully address your concerns, at some point …

Answered by Mark W. Tanner

Is Failure To Diagnose A Heart Attack Considered Medical Malpractice In Ohio?

Tightness in the chest. Shortness of breath. These are just a couple of the terrifying signs of a heart attack – symptoms that should not …

Answered by James M. Kelley

How do I know if I have a New York medical malpractice case?

If you have suffered a serious injury as a result of bad medical evaluation or treatment, you should consult with an experienced New York medical …

Answered by Joseph P. Awad

How do I know if I have a case for medical malpractice in West Virginia?

Medical malpractice is another term for professional negligence or provider negligence. Health care providers are held to professional standards, and …

Answered by William C. Brewer

Do Emergency Room Errors Count As Medical Malpractice In Florida?

Yes, emergency room error is medical malpractice. All medical care providers in Florida, from nurses to physicians, maintain a duty to examine and …

Answered by Jeffrey "Jack" Gordon

How do I know whether I have a case for medical malpractice in Ohio?

Determining whether you have a medical malpractice claim requires rigorous investigation to evaluate whether medical professionals were at fault. …

Answered by Gerald S. Leeseberg

Do I have a valid medical malpractice case in Maryland?

Do I Have a Valid Medical Malpractice Case in Maryland?Two years ago, you had a routine operation with one of the best surgeons in Baltimore. You …

Answered by Paul D. Bekman

In Colorado, should a medical malpractice case be filed against the doctor, the nurse, or the hospital?

Under the doctrine of vicarious liability, an employer is held responsible for the negligent acts of its employees that are committed while acting …

Answered by Anthony Viorst

Can I Sue A Hospital For Negligence In Michigan?

Though hospitals may be liable (responsible) for negligent care provided by employees like nurses, aides and medical technicians, the hospital may …

Answered by Clifford Paskel

Can I Sue A Hospital In Oklahoma?

Yes. In Oklahoma, hospitals, and their agents and employees (doctors, nurses, nurse aides, etc.) are required to provide care and treatment …

Answered by Jacob Diesselhorst

Do I have a case for Medical Malpractice in Illinois?

Preventable medical errors cause hundreds of thousands of injuries and deaths each year. When a preventable medical error happens, and causes …

Answered by Timothy McArdle

Can I sue my doctor / physician for delayed diagnosis of infection leading to sepsis or necrotizing fasciitis and death in Massachusetts?

Doctors and physicians, like most other professionals such as lawyers, architects and accountants, owe a duty of care to their patient. When a …

Answered by Clyde D. Bergstresser

Can I sue my doctor / physician for delayed diagnosis of cancer in Massachusetts?

Doctors and physicians, like most other professionals such as lawyers, architects and accountants, owe a duty of care to their patient. When a …

Answered by Clyde D. Bergstresser

Can I sue for malpractice in North Carolina?

If the negligence of a health care provider or health care professional causes significant damage, permanent damage, or even death, you may have a …

Answered by Rebecca J. Britton

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