Medical Malpractice and Medical Negligence explained.
You have probably heard the terms medical malpractice and medical negligence. While technically these terms are very closely related, they are legally two different causes of action depending on the nature or identity of the offending person. If you are consulting with a medical malpractice attorney, your attorney will review your case to determine which...
Contact The Trial Law Offices of Bradley I. Kramer, M.D., Esq. for help with Los Angeles medical malpractice cases
Did you know that many victims of medical malpractice, even those harmed by outrageous gross negligence of their physician, are unable to file a lawsuit because they simply waited too long to get an attorney? In California and all other states, medical malpractice claims are subject to what is known as a statute of limitations....
There are some things that we as health care consumers never expect to happen in the context of the health care we receive. These events are events that should never occur and yet, they do, although their occurrences are rare. The medical community has a name for such events. Called the “Never Event”, the term...
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