Medical Negligence Law

Medical Negligence Law

When it comes to medical malpractice law, medical negligence is usually the legal concept upon which the case hinges, from a “legal fault” perspective. A person who alleges negligent medical malpractice must prove four elements: (1) a duty of care was owed by the physician; (2) the physician violated the applicable standard of care; (3) the person suffered a compensable injury; and (4) the injury was caused in fact and proximately caused by the substandard conduct. The burden of proving these elements is on the plaintiff in a malpractice lawsuit.

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