Medical Malpractice

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Medical Malpractice

Overview

Medical malpractice is a type of personal injury case, based on the negligence committed by a medical professional like Physicians, Surgeons or Nurses. When a medical professional fails to meet this standard of care, and it results in an injury to the patient, that patient may seek damages for medical malpractice. The medical record is key evidence in determining if the medical professional is negligent or misconduct. Also, the plaintiff’s suffered damages (injuries, loss, etc.) have to be well detailed in the Medical Malpractice cases. If not, even if you can prove that the defendant was negligent, you may not be successful in your negligence claim lawsuit if that negligence caused you no harm.

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LezDo techmed’s Expertise on Medical Malpractice

To establish a medical negligence lawsuit, the attorney must prove the following:

  • The existence of a duty owed by the health care professional to the injured person (for example, a doctor/patient relationship);
  • The applicable standard of care on the diagnosis, and the health care professional’s deviation from that standard;
  • A relationship between the health care professional’s deviation from the standard of care and the patient’s injury;
  • Injury to the patient.

LezDo techmed analyzes the medical record to find if the injury is caused by the medical professional’s negligence; if his or her conduct fell below a generally accepted standard of medical care.

We also support the defendant medical experts in preparing the testimony by reviewing the relevant medical records.

Common Types of Medical Malpractice Cases

  • Failure to treat
  • Prescription drug errors
  • Misdiagnosis
  • Surgical errors
  • Birth injuries

FAQ’s

What are the typical malpractice cases you deal with?

As a leading medical chart review company, we commonly deal with the medical malpractice cases that are mainly caused by failure to treat, prescription drug errors, misdiagnosis, surgical errors, birth injuries, etc. We deal with each case in a unique way as each case scenario is unique.

Our team of experts is well-experienced in the clinical settings to understand and de-code the facts from these voluminous medical records. Our medical record summaries are precise and will reduce the significant amount of time and cost. In order to access the facts quickly, our summaries come with navigations tools like Bookmarking and hyperlinks.

What are the focused summary services you offer for Medical Malpractice litigation cases?

Medical chronology and Narrative summaries are the most common types of medical record summaries used by medical malpractice attorneys. We also do deposition summary and demand letters focused on medical malpractice cases.

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