How Do I Know If I Have A Medical Malpractice Case?
You may wonder, “How do I know if I have a medical malpractice case?” Well, it’s impossible to know for sure if you have a case without first investigating the medical records. So we obtain your medical records, have them reviewed by our nurses on staff, take a look at the records ourselves in consultation with our nurses, and then, if necessary, we have your medical records reviewed by an expert. And we use some of the best experts in the country from Harvard, Yale, Stanford, all across the country to investigate your claim.
After the case has been reviewed by our nurses and experts, and we’ve taken a look at it ourselves, we determine whether we can prove malpractice under Indiana law. In order to prove malpractice, you must prove at least two things. First, you must prove that the doctor breached the standard of care, which is the legal term for negligence. And second, you must prove that this breach of the standard of care caused you some additional harm. If we can prove those two things, then we will return to you and encourage you to pursue a medical malpractice case in Indiana.