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Perhaps the most frequent question that is asked is, “What does it take to make a good medical malpractice case?”
Well, it takes three things.
It takes negligence, which is another name for malpractice, which means someone’s conduct has failed to measure up to the reasonable level of care set by their peers.
It takes injuries and damages, and in a medical malpractice case, to justify the lengthy, difficult legal process, it really takes significant, permanent injury to someone’s health and well-being going forward.
The third element is that you have to be able to prove that your injuries and damages that you’re claiming have indeed been brought about by the lack of good care or the negligence or malpractice, as we say, and that is connecting the damages through the causal bridge and tying them back into the negligence.