How Do You Evaluate a Medical Malpractice Claim?

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With malpractice cases, it’s really 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 or mistakes made during the course of medical care, then determining whether the failure to provide the good care can indeed be proven to have brought about significant injuries and damages.

Without getting all of the medical records, we cannot identify those issues, and we can’t then make the next decision: Do we need a qualified medical expert to give us his or her opinion as to the provability of the negligence, injuries, and damages and the causal bridge connecting these injuries and damages back to the negligence?

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