My husband’s medical condition was misdiagnosed. Who should be held responsible?

When a serious injury or even death results from a misdiagnosed condition, several parties may be liable. Doctors, radiologists, nurses, and pharmacists are potential responsible parties. However, for a medical professional to be held liable for medical malpractice, there are specific legal requirements under Massachusetts law. Restrictions include when a claim can be made, limits on the damages, and requirement of specific types of evidence. Failing to diagnose or misdiagnosing an illness or

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Understanding Medical Malpractice in Massachusetts

Medical negligence is an unfortunate outcome, often attributed to an overburdened medical care system. Many parties can be held liable for negligence, from hospitals to doctors, nurses, surgeons, anesthesiologists, dentists, and pharmacists. Medical malpractice is defined as negligence in the medical care and treatment provided by a healthcare professional. There are many different types of medical malpractice claims. Injury from the following can be the

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Time Limits on Medical Malpractice Suits in Massachusetts

If you have been injured due to medical negligence and are looking to make a medical malpractice claim in Massachusetts, keep key deadlines in mind. State laws address how long a patient has to file a complaint; damage caps; and other important factors. These limitations can be difficult to keep in mind when beginning the claims process. Standard Deadline is Three Years In Massachusetts, victims

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