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Three components of a favorable medical malpractice lawsuit

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What are the three components that make for a favorable medical malpractice lawsuit? First, a lawsuit requires an act of negligence or malpractice which indicates that someone’s conduct failed to meet the reasonable level of care set by their peers. A significant, permanent injury to someone’s health and well being is also necessary to justify the lengthy and difficult legal process. Finally, you must be able to prove that the injuries and damages claimed have been brought about by the negligence or malpractice. To do this, you must connect the damages back to the incidents of medical negligence.

If you or a family member have all three of these components, learn more about what you may be entitled to and what you can expect from the legal process. By working with one of the medical malpractice lawyers from Wilson Kehoe Winingham, you assess the risks and benefits of pursuing legal recourse.

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