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Digest for Week of February 10th, 2017

Can You Sue a Doctor for Withholding Information?


While most people think of medical malpractice claims only in terms of the clear errors, like amputating the wrong leg, or dropping a junior mint into someone’s body during surgery, it is generally much more nuanced. When a doctor fails to make an appropriate diagnosis, prescribes the wrong medication, or fails to communicate important information, malpractice claims may be possible in these situations as well.
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When doctors screw up, patients can sue. Medical malpractice lawsuits allow patients to recover damages for medical costs, time off work, pain and suffering, and other losses. Check out FindLaw's Medical Malpractice section and the articles below for more.

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