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The time required both to investigate and if appropriate to litigate (pursue a lawsuit) a medical malpractice claim is extremely variable. It depends on factors such as the difficulty of recruiting experts in particular specialties, the volume of medical records...
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We can provide you with broad examples of the types of medical malpractice cases we have handled, but due to a Pennsylvania Law called MCARE we cannot legally provide you with specific details including names of victims, doctors, hospitals, and settlement amounts. Click...
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Our firm has successfully helped hundreds of victims of medical malpractice, in most cases without need of trial. Medical malpractice cases that we have handled include birth injuries, delayed diagnosis or misdiagnosis of illness including cervical cancer & other types of cancer, brain injuries due...
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In most medical malpractice cases the victim can be compensated for pain and suffering based on the physical pain and emotional anguish they suffer as a result of their injury.
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The following factors are considered when determining and agreeing upon a settlement amount. Establish the full extent of the injury. Determine the future needs of the victim, including expected medical costs and cost associated with living with the injury, such...
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If the patient has died, in addition to medical malpractice claims, you may also have wrongful death and survival action claims.
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Any medical professional that was responsible for some aspect of your care, and was negligent or made errors that led to a serious injury can be held responsible for medical malpractice. This includes but is not limited to: Doctors (Primary...
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The process of determining whether you have a valid medical malpractice claim begins with an in-depth interview of the victim (when possible), family members, and any other person who was a witness to the injury. Simultaneously or shortly thereafter, we perform...
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Our attorneys and medical staff will retrieve any necessary medical records. You are not required to provide us with any records, however any documentation you have pertaining to the injury should be considered important.
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Most medical malpractice cases are settled outside of the courtroom. It is uncommon that a trial is required in a medical malpractice case. This is to your advantage because the settlement of a claim permits the victim or their family...
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