At Weston Law, we represent clients who are suing medical practitioners for professional misconduct. Our team will litigate lawsuits on behalf of our clients, who may be patients or surviving family members of patients.
You put a lot of trust in the doctors, nurses and surgeons who are responsible for your well-being. Unfortunately, that trust sometimes isn’t enough. In some instances, big mistakes happen and the actions (or lack thereof) of the healthcare professional may be subject to medical malpractice.
Get in touch with us today, to learn about your specific case. Or read more about medical malpractice below. We will answer some of the most common questions here.
Our Medical malpractice lawyers at Weston Law will perform the following tasks:
It’s also important to note that a medical malpractice lawyer often specializes in specific types of medical malpractice cases such as surgery mistakes, birth injuries, dental malpractice, or nursing home abuse.
At Weston Law, these are some of the typical causes of medical malpractice that we have experienced:
These are some of the common issues. By no means is this a full overview of all causes.
To prove medical malpractice, the patient must show that the healthcare professional acted negligently. That negligence directly caused harm to the patient.
These are some things to keep in mind to prove there is a case of medical malpractice:
When all these things can be proven, a strong medical malpractice case can be started against the medical professional.
In Minnesota, medical malpractice cases are governed by the state’s statute of limitations. This is important to mention, because this statute creates a deadline for filing a medical malpractice lawsuit in court.
In Minnesota, the deadline is four years starting from the date ‘’the cause of action’’ accrued.
If the injury is obvious and it happens on the same day it occurs, it will start running on that day. Many times an injury happens later after the treatment, sometimes even months or years later. In these cases, the four-year window starts when the injured person knows, or should have known, something was wrong. This is also known as the ‘’discovery rule’’.
If you have been the victim of medical malpractice, get in touch with one of our Personal Injury Lawyers in Minnesota today. We will help and build your case to the best of our abilities.
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