Criteria for malpractice attorney's taking a potential case !
April 8, 2019
QuestionJust thinking this loud here. Initially I was told by my attorney ' we need to see if your case has merit". After 3 months of reviewing records by medical experts, she now says ' we have to see if your case will win 200 %". We all know there ...
The standard of review for medical negligence is whether there was "a departure from accepted practice" in the medical care you received that was "a substantial factor" in causing significant harm - in a delayed diagnosis case, the medical negligence needs to be shown to have permitted your condition to worsen substantially, and consequently significantly reduced your chance of a better outcome. A complete set of medical records can take some time to obtain. Speak to you attorney. If you're not getting satisfactory answers, consider seeking a second legal opinion.
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