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Can I File a Medical Malpractice Claim Myself?

You can certainly file your own medical malpractice lawsuit, but doing so is like teaching yourself how to fly a plane. Just because it’s theoretically possible doesn’t make it a good idea. Going it alone makes it far more likely that you’ll crash and burn. Medical malpractice law is one of the most challenging areas of litigation. A plaintiff in a medical negligence claim must...
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Statute of Limitations for Medical Malpractice Claims in Missouri

Obtaining early representation ensures that the case meets the legal requirements before a lawsuit is filed. The legal elements that must be proven include: (1) duty (a professional duty was owed to the patient), (2) the medical professional breached that duty, and in so doing caused (3) injury and (4) resulting damages ensued.  All of the following apply to the Missouri Statute of Limitations for...
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Medical Malpractice Statistics in Missouri

On behalf of Brown & Crouppen, P.C. on Friday, May 14, 2010 Missouri medical malpractice cases are filed when an individual or several individuals seek to recover damages against health service providers, such as doctors, dentists, chiropractors, nurses, or other medical professionals, whom they believe caused injuries based on error in diagnosis, improper treatment, lack of treatment, or delay in treatment. Over the past several...
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