Most common type of medical malpractice claim

Medical malpractice is a type of personal injury litigation that occurs when a healthcare provider, such as a doctor or nurse, fails to provide appropriate care, and as a result, the patient is harmed. This can include misdiagnosis, surgical errors, birth injuries, and prescription errors. To prove medical malpractice, the following elements must be present:

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Personal Injury Litigation

Personal injury litigation refers to a legal process where an individual seeks compensation for harm suffered as a result of another person’s negligence or intentional actions. This can include physical injury, property damage, and emotional distress.

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What are common misconceptions about lawyers?

Being lawyers, we know and understand the stereotypes against us from the general population. Some of you may have actually met the select few lawyers who fit those stereotypes of being dishonest, scheming, and money hungry. For that, we apologize for the bad taste they have left in your mouth.

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Can I Get Compensation After a Winter Weather Accident?

Many people may be under the mistaken impression that simply because poor weather conditions contributed to an accident, victims may not be able to recover for their injuries. In fact, an insurance company may try and claim that the accident in which you were involved was unavoidable and did not reflect negligence on the part of the other driver.

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Most People Don’t Know…

Each week we compile a list of important facts that most people don’t know, and as a result, could harm them or their claim. As the week goes on we share more information on each fact.

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When Just in Case Turns Into Now What

We explained yesterday what a phantom driver accident is, and what kind of coverage you should have on your insurance policy to protect yourself just in case you are ever the victim of a phantom driver. In this post we are going to go a little more in depth on what you should do when a phantom driver accident occurs.

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Are You Covered?

Too often people come to us thinking they have “full coverage” on their insurance policies only to find out too late that they have the basic coverage required by law, or not enough coverage to pay for the hospital bills and damages.

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Do You Know the Difference?

It’s common for us to ask if you have full tort on your insurance policy and many times people will respond with, “I have full coverage.” Full coverage and full tort are not one in the same.

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Exceptions are not Guarantees

Insurance companies follow strict legal definitions of what serious injury really is, and even though there is a serious injury exception for limited tort, you still may not get compensation for your pain and suffering.

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