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How is medical malpractice proven?
Riddle Brantley LLP | January 19, 2015 |
Two of the most important factors in proving medical malpractice are demonstrating that the medical professional was negligent and that the negligence resulted in an injury or death. Proving that the medical professional acted negligently typically involves evidencing that the “standard of care” was not met.
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