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What does dental medical malpractice consist of ? Is it hard to win a case like this ?

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Are there any class action lawsuits in process for people who were prescribed blood thinners and suffered a stroke as a result?

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If someone is told surgery is risky and not recommended, but is not told how bad the situation can get without surgery, can the doctor be held accountable for permanent damage that could have been avoided with the proper surgery?

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How long do you have to file a malpractice claim? I had surgery August 2017 and still on medication ( possibly for my life ) for another problem cus of Dr error.

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Kasey C.

In Massachusetts, you have three years from the time of the procedure to file for medical malpractice. The lone exception to this is in cases where it was not possible for the victim to discover the procedure might have been the cause of the resulting difficulties until they've occurred. In that case, a victim would have three years from the time their issues are first discovered....Read More
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What is medical malpractice?

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Brett O.

My cousin's a lawyer, and she says if a doctor or nurse makes an error that harms you in some way, that's medical malpractice. It can be a misdiagnosis or a treatment error....Read More
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