Medical malpractice claims are the most complex personal injury claims there are and, if you think you might be the victim of a medical mistake, you need reliable information. Follow our attorney blog to learn about the ins and outs of these kinds of cases from experienced Florida attorneys.
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Can I Pursue a Medical Malpractice Case if I Have No Long-Term Negative Effects? Two things must be proven in a medical negligence or medical malpractice lawsuit. One is the injured party must prove that the doctor deviated from the standard of care and caused them an injury. The second thing the injured party must prove is that their damages are related to that injury.
Overdose Deaths Increasingly Linked to Physicians I have recently become aware of a trend that is very disturbing. Apparently, more and more physicians are becoming involved in cases of overdoses of strong prescription drugs.
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