4 Factors to Prove in Your Case
In order for a medical malpractice case to have any merit, it must contain 4 factors:
- Duty of Care: Once your doctor agrees to treat you, they have a duty to provide acceptable care.
- Breach of Duty: This part of a medical malpractice case is harder to prove, but it is very important. You must show that the medical expert in question somehow neglected to give you quality care to treat your illness. Resulting Injury: You need to prove that it was because of the doctor’s mistakes that you suffered certain injuries.
- Causation: Essentially, this means demonstrating that the injuries you suffered were the direct result of your doctor’s lack of care.
It’s important to be aware of common medical mistakes in order to weigh whether or not your case is worth pursuing. When it comes to suing a medical professional over medication errors, you may encounter challenges. If the mistake was caught soon enough without causing lasting harm, you may not have much of a medical malpractice case.
However, it is feasible that these errors may create needless injuries when the medical professionals are obviously negligent. Each case is different and deserves individual attention based on the facts of the case.
Contact a Kentucky Medical Malpractice Attorney Today
The knowledgeable, determined lawyers from Gray and White Law are here to help you through any severe injuries resulting from a medical professional’s negligence. We will thoroughly investigate your case, working hard to uncover the facts and negligent acts that led to your injuries. In addition, we will build a compelling case to show how you were wronged and why you deserve compensation.
Please don't delay - contact our Louisville Kentucky office for a FREE, no obligation consultation. The quicker you act, the faster we'll be able to gather evidence before it goes missing or is hidden or destroyed. Call us today toll free at (888) 450-4456, locally at (502) 210-8942, or take a moment to fill out our online contact form.