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4 Tips to Prepare for a Medical Malpractice Case

Filing a Medical Malpractice Claim? Know What to Do.

Sadly, even the doctors, hospitals, and medical professionals we trust every day can make mistakes. While the majority of medical mistakes are minor and easily corrected, serious errors can cause severe injury, a crippling disability, or possibly even death.

Every year, millions place their faith in medical professionals to make vital healthcare decisions. A mistake made by a medical provider can bring lifelong consequences.

If you or someone you love has suffered serious injuries due to medical malpractice, contact the medical malpractice attorneys at Carter Mario Law Firm. You may be entitled to compensation for further medical treatment, lost wages, and pain and suffering.

How Do You Proceed?

Below are a few tips to ensure that you are prepared for your medical malpractice case:

  • Know-How Long You Have to File: All civil claims, including those for medical malpractice, have time limits known as statutes of limitations. Each state sets its own statute of limitations for certain claims. In Connecticut, you have two years after injury to file malpractice claims. under certain limited circumstances, the statute of limitations could be extended.
  • Get a Certificate of Merit: Many states require a Certificate of Good Faith to determine if injuries were the result of negligence. To get a Certificate of Good Faith, a medical expert, who is a similar health care provider as the medical professional involved in the practice, can be contacted to review your medical records.  An attorney can file this for you and confirm that you spoke with a medical expert.
  • Consider an Out-of-Court Settlement: A medical malpractice case can be costly and time-consuming. If you have an opportunity to settle out of court, you should consider it. However, if you believe you have a very strong case, consider pursuing a larger settlement in court.

If you have suffered serious injuries caused by medical malpractice, trust Carter Mario Law Firm to help. Contact our team today at (203) 806-9256 to schedule your free, no-obligation consultation.

When you or someone you love has been injured, you need experience on your side. Let the medical malpractice lawyers Carter Mario Law Firm protect your rights. Just call (203) 806-9256 today. The Carter Mario team offers decades of combined legal experience.

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