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  • The Real Truth About Tort Reform
    The Real Truth About Tort Reform

    Tort reform is a term that gets passed around the legal watercooler all of the time. Hospitals, clinics, and their parent medical groups swear that restricting medical malpractice lawsuits , or torts, ...

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  • Difference Between Medical Malpractice & Product Liability Claims
    Difference Between Medical Malpractice & Product Liability Claims

    Sometimes the line between product liability and medical malpractice in a personal injury lawsuit is not clear. When a person relies on a medical device, it is the responsibility of the manufacturer ...

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  • How Much Is My Medical Malpractice Case Worth?
    How Much Is My Medical Malpractice Case Worth?

    Medical malpractice is a type of professional negligence which can result in serious injury or death. If you believe you have sustained injury as a result of a medical professional who has been ...

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  • What are the most common medical malpractice mistakes?
    What are the most common medical malpractice mistakes?

    Medical malpractice occurs when a doctor or medical professional is negligent in their care of a patient. While these cases tend to be pretty rare, we can identify certain types of errors that occur ...

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  • How do I know if I have a medical malpractice case?
    How do I know if I have a medical malpractice case?

    Medical malpractice occurs when a doctor or medical professional performs negligently in their care of a patient. While each case can greatly vary, here are some general factors that you must prove in ...

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