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MedicalMalpractice.com offers in-depth legal information and assistance for anyone who has been harmed by sub-standard health care. We help you understand how medical malpractice cases work, and we explain your legal options. And if you're looking for personal assistance that's tailored to your situation, we can put you in touch with a local medical malpractice attorney who will make sure your legal rights are protected.
We turn to the expertise of physicians and other medical professionals to help us stay healthy, and to put us on a proper course of treatment for an illness, injury, pregnancy, or other health-related issue.
In the vast majority of situations, health care providers offer professional and invaluable services to their patients. But mistakes happen, good intentions aside. And even a seemingly slight error in treatment or diagnosis can have devastating consequences.
Definition and Characteristics
"Medical malpractice" refers to cases in which a doctor or other health care professional fails to perform competently in providing care to a patient, and the patient suffers harm as a result.
Medical malpractice cases often share two characteristics: on the practical side they come charged with emotion and stress, and on the legal side they are extremely complex and challenging. If you think you may have a medical malpractice case, this website is here to help.
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