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If a doctor, hospital, or other medical provider failed to act with ordinary and reasonable care in accordance with the recognized standard of acceptable professional practice for the community in which the doctor, hospital, or provider practices, and that failure cause injury to you or to a loved one, then you may have a medical malpractice claim against the provider. As you can tell by the last sentence, medical malpractice claims are very complex cases. Expert medical testimony on behalf of the injured person is required in every malpractice case. For these reasons, you should contact an attorney as soon as possible in order to have your claim properly evaluated.


Please Note:
Statutes of limitation may apply and determine how long you have to file a lawsuit. In the case of personal injury litigation, the type of injury as well as the state the injury occurred in are some of the factors used to determine the length of time you have in which to file a lawsuit. Read the statute of limitations in your state.

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