Advocates for Injured People
Laws governing malpractice have undergone drastic changes in the last few years. Changes made as part of "tort reform" and appellate cases in this area of our law have reduced the number of viable medical malpractice claims that can be pursued.
It is not sufficient that a doctor commits an error; in addition to committing an error in your medical treatment, that error must lead to very significant medical consequences for you. If the mistake or error is caught and corrected, you may not be able to pursue a claim.
It's not always easy to take a stand when you're injured and you're not familiar with your rights. Insurance companies and property owners can pressure you into decisions that are not in your best interests.
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