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When you’re sick or injured, you visit a doctor. You’re hoping to feel better afterward. But what if you don’t? What if the doctor makes some kind of mistake, and you end up getting worse instead of better?
Depending on the severity of your illness or injury, there are a couple steps you might take before contacting a malpractice attorney.
At that point, you may decide to look into taking legal action. This is an appropriate step if you believe the doctor’s mistake or negligence has caused you to suffer in a way you otherwise wouldn’t have. This causality is important; if you file a lawsuit, your malpractice lawyer will have to establish a cause-effect relationship between the doctor’s negligence and the harm it caused you.
Time is Limited to File a Claim
Contact a medical malpractice lawyer as soon as possible. Indiana law limits the time you have to file your claim, so it’s important to begin the process as early as you can. Working with a personal injury attorney experienced in medical malpractice cases will help to expedite the process.
Listen to Your Lawyer’s Advice
Once you hire an attorney to advocate for you, follow his or her guidance. Your lawyer’s experience and knowledge is your best asset. You want to be able to focus on regaining your health; that’s why having experienced legal representation and advice is so beneficial. Use it.
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