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Medical malpractice law is a highly technical and specialized field. Researching answers to medical malpractice questions on the internet can be confusing and misleading. Local medical malpractice laws can change, the interpretation of those laws can change, and the application of those laws to the facts of your possible medical malpractice claim requires an expert’s review and opinion. Our service connects you, without obligation or cost to you, to medical malpractice lawyers in your area who may answer your medical malpractice questions. Click on your state above, enter your zipcode in the box that appears, and click on “GO” to use our free service.

What is medical malpractice?

While the definition of medical malpractice varies according to the laws of each state, medical malpractice is considered to be the failure of a health care provider to provide that level of care that a reasonably competent health care provider would provide under the same or similar circumstances (called the “standard of care”). Medical malpractice negligence may involve the following types of claims:

  • Birth Injuries
  • Birth Defects
  • Gynecological Malpractice
  • Obstetrical Malpractice
  • Midwife Malpractice
  • Cancer Misdiagnosis
  • Emergency Room Mistakes
  • Transplant Injuries
  • Trauma Malpractice
  • Plastic Surgery Malpractice
  • Surgical Errors
  • Anesthesia Errors
  • Hospital Malpractice
  • Nursing Home Negligence
  • Nursing Negligence
  • VA Malpractice
  • Drug Errors
  • Medical Testing Mistakes
  • Home Health Care Malpractice
  • Pharmacy Errors
  • Physical Therapy Malpractice
  • Chiropractic Malpractice
  • Doctor Malpractice/Physician Negligence
  • Physician Assistant Malpractice
  • Psychiatrist/Psychologist Malpractice
  • Stent Claims
  • Rehabilitation Malpractice
  • Dental Malpractice
  • Radiology Malpractice
  • Surgeon Malpractice
  • Laparoscopic Surgery Malpractice
  • Robotic Surgery Malpractice
  • Urologist Malpractice
  • LASIK Injuries
  • Medical Device Claims
  • Surgical Center Malpractice
  • Diagnostic Errors
  • Lyme Disease Misdiagnosis
  • Pain Management Claims
  • Prescription Drug Claims
  • Inpatient Malpractice
  • Outpatient Malpractice
  • Failure to Obtain Informed Consent
  • Failure to treat
  • Failure to obtain medical tests
  • Failure to obtain results from medical tests
  • Failure to admit to the hospital
  • Discharge from the hospital too soon
  • Failure to refer
  • Failure to consult

How do you prove medical malpractice?

Most medical malpractice claims require the testimony of a qualified expert (usually an expert in the same field of medicine as the defendant) to establish what the standard of care required under the circumstances and to prove the injuries that the medical malpractice victim suffered as a result of the breach of the standard of care by the defendant.

How do i find a medical malpractice lawyer in my state?

Many medical malpractice lawyers limit their law practices to medical malpractice and other types of serious personal injury cases. It is often difficult for attorneys who have a general practice (a “jack of all trades”) to have sufficient experience and competence in medical malpractice claims because of the general nature of their practices.

Our free, no obligation service, which is operated by a medical malpractice lawyer, helps to connect medical malpractice victims to medical malpractice lawyers throughout the United States who can investigate their claims for them and represent them in a medical malpractice lawsuit, if appropriate.

Click here to complete a secure form that describes your claim so that we may find you a medical malpractice lawyer in your state.

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