Medical malpractice is the failure of a health care provider, usually a doctor, hospital, or health care institution, to provide a patient with treatment that satisfies the customary standard of care provided by the medical industry. The failure to measure up to the standard of care must result in an injury to the patient.
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General negligence is defined as the failure to use ordinary care and is a judgment of both acts and omissions by an individual, or group of individuals, that results in the injury or death of other people. Negligence is the allegation or accusation by the injured party, or parties, to seek compensation for the harm done to them.
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Personal Injury / Wrongful Death
Personal injury/Wrongful death is for situations when a person has been injured, or the survivors of someone killed as a result of anotherís negligence have the right to file a lawsuit seeking compensation for their loss.
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