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How do you evaluate a medical malpractice claim?

Medical Malpractice FAQs

How do you evaluate a medical malpractice lawsuit? With malpractice cases it is important to do an evaluation of a case before proceeding. Typically, that process involves obtaining all of the necessary medical records to see if it can be established that there was negligence involved or mistakes made during the course of medical care. Then, it is necessary to determine whether these errors and negligence can be proven to have brought about significant injuries and damages.

Without obtaining all of your medical records, we cannot identify those issues or make the next decision. After seeing them, we can decide if we need a qualified medical expert to give their opinion as the provability of the negligence, injuries, and damages and if there is a significant causal bridge connecting these injuries and damages back to the negligence.

If you believe that you have experienced an incident of medical negligence, begin working with one of the medical malpractice lawyers at Wilson Kehoe Winingham to examine the particulars of your case. Our attorneys will examine your medical records and help to make determinations about the viability of your case.

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