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Analyzing the facts in a potential medical malpractice claim

On Behalf of | Jun 5, 2018 | Firm News, Medical Malpractice, Personal Injury |

Most people in Connecticut, even non-lawyers, know that in order to win a case in court the right evidence is crucial. For those who are pursuing a medical malpractice claim, having the right evidence can be even more of a factor in the case, since these types of cases can be notoriously difficult to present in court. Most medical malpractice cases turn on the opinions of expert witnesses.

So, for Connecticut residents who have been injured or who have become ill due to medical malpractice, the facts of their individual case will need to be analyzed carefully in order to determine what evidence is needed, where that evidence can be obtained and which type of expert witnesses might be necessary to present the evidence in court. Even though medical malpractice cases can be complex, there is usually a way to get the right facts in front of the decision-maker.

Medical malpractice is, unfortunately, more common than most people would care to acknowledge. Each year, many Connecticut residents see their health conditions worsened by negligent or reckless medical care. Surgical errors, misdiagnosis of the health condition and even defective medical products can all lead to life-changing health problems for a medical patient.

At our law firm, we do our best to analyze the facts in each medical malpractice case in which we represent a client. By doing so, and with our knowledge of the law and how to present evidence, we aim to help Connecticut medical patients pursue the compensation they need after an instance of medical malpractice occurs. For more information, please visit the medical malpractice overview section of our law firm’s website.



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