Loss of Chance Doctrine

Victims of medical malpractice often find it very difficult to obtain damages if their doctor’s negligence wasn’t a substantial factor in their injury or death. The key word there is substantial. However, several states have begun looking at medical malpractice cases a bit differently under a loss of chance theory. So, what is it?

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Challenges in Proving Medical Malpractice – Res Ipsa Loquiter

The res ipsa loquiter doctrine is a helpful legal tool in the right circumstances of malpractice. Click here for a summary of what res ipsa means, when and how it is used, and how to determine if it is right for your case. For all the information you need on medical malpractice cases, follow this link to FreeAdvice.com.

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