Legal Nurse Consulting Certification Article on the Anatomy of Malpractice

Malpractice has key standards and a certain process.  Understanding these standards and processes are key in discovering if there is a case or not against a healthcare provider.  Legal Nurse Consultants are key individuals in helping firms defend or litigate against healthcare providers.  They provide expert testimony and also knowledge on standards of care.

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The article, “The Anatomy of a Medical Malpractice Case” by Wagner Law Firm from looks closer at the anatomy of a malpractice case.  The article states,

“At the most basic level, a medical malpractice claim begins when someone is harmed in the course of receiving treatment from a healthcare professional and seeks compensation through the legal system. While it is easy to understand that medical negligence happens – and that its consequences can be extremely serious – the process of pursuing a claim in this area of law is far more complex. Medical malpractice cases have a unique anatomy made up of many interlocking parts. A successful plaintiff must know how each part relates to their situation and must be constantly mindful of the difficulties surrounding evidence and proof.”

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