Medical Malpractice happens when a person is injured by a doctor or other medical professional, who negligently or carelessly performs their duties and a resulting harm occurs to the patient. There are a number of requirements needed to prove a Medical Malpractice case. The first requirement is to establish that a doctor patient relationship actually existed or that a relationship between the patient and a medical care professional was in existence at the time of the injury. The second is that the doctor, nurse or medical professional such as a pharmacist was actually negligent in performing their duties or did not use the reasonable care needed to perform their duties. The doctors or medical professional’s negligent cause and actual injury which was suffered by the patient. And finally that that injury led to specific damages that could be adjudicated by a court of law.
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