Some people see medical lawsuits as an opportunity for someone greedy to get their hands on a wad of cash. But this couldn’t be further from the truth! Victims of medical mishaps often spend the rest of their lives in unnecessary pain. Pursuing a medical malpractice case can be their best chance at living a more comfortable life.
Cosmetic surgery is more common than ever and there are many reasons why. In 2018, nearly 18 million people underwent cosmetic procedures in the United States alone. Some people wish to enhance or preserve their looks. I mean, who doesn’t like a boost in confidence? On the other hand, many people look for reconstructive surgery because of accidents, birth defects, illnesses, etc.
No matter the reason, you deserve the best possible care! But unfortunately, like other types of surgeries, cosmetic surgery can go wrong.
No family should have to go through the experience of navigating a birth injury. It can be a really difficult and trying time and unfortunately, the impact on your family can be long-lasting. Your child could suffer a long-term issue that leaves you struggling with medical bills, and wondering who’s at fault.
Right now you have questions to ask and answers to weigh — do I have a malpractice case? How do I know if I have a medical malpractice case?
And if I have a malpractice case, well what then? Do I sue? And how?
In this guide we’re going to take a deep dive into how to start a medical malpractice lawsuit and how to determine whether or not you have a malpractice case to begin with.
Ever wonder if those pesky medical forms you sign before surgery hold up in court? You’re not alone.
Let’s say you recently underwent a medical procedure that didn’t go as planned. Before the operation, you vaguely remember someone asking you to sign something. Continue reading I Signed A Medical Consent Form. Can I Still Sue?