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In all lawsuits alleging damages as result of another person’s negligence, a person must prove that the person was negligent, that the person’s negligence was the cause of their damages, and that actual damages exist. Medical malpractice cases are the same. The basic idea is that a person is damaged as the result of a medical provider’s negligence.

Medical Malpractice lawsuits can be difficult to prosecute as insurance companies fight vigorously to defend doctors and other medical personnel -. They can be very expensive to bring to trial, and causation is usually -the root of the argument. – Even if you can prove that you have damages, and also that a specific medical provider was negligent, you still have to prove that your damages were caused by that specific medical provider’s negligence.

The attorneys at Jesse Wiens Law have a team of experts that can be relied upon when a client presents a medical malpractice claim. The process starts with obtaining medical records, having them reviewed by a medical professional, and determining whether there is a case to be brought forward. If you believe that you might have a medical malpractice claim, call the attorneys at Jesse Wiens Law for a free consultation.

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Any potential criminal case requires a detailed understanding of the facts, the processes, and the law. If you or someone you know has committed a crime or have been accused of a crime by the Federal Government, you will want to consult with an experienced criminal defense attorney. Not sure what to do? Contact Jesse Wiens Law to schedule your free consultation.

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