The outcome of your medical malpractice claim is going to hinge on more than a dozen variables. From the strength of the evidence you present to the insurance adjuster’s willingness to cooperate, a host of complex factors will inevitably sway the trajectory of your case. Thankfully, a number of these variables are within your control.
The injuries that result from a dog bite can be devastating physically, emotionally, and financially. Even a seemingly minor attack—a single bite, for example—can cause lacerations that leave the victim permanently disfigured. While no amount of money can erase the trauma of an animal attack, securing compensation can make it easier to pick up the
When a medical procedure doesn’t go as planned, it’s only natural to assume you were the victim of malpractice. Since medicine isn’t an exact science, however, unanticipated complications don’t always constitute malpractice. Whether your provider did make a mistake—and, consequently, you have grounds for a claim—will depend on the circumstances. Generally speaking, you’re probably entitled
When a dog bites someone—even just once—the associated losses can add up fast. If the victim needs medical attention, for example, they may accumulate all kinds of out-of-pocket expenses along the way, regardless of how comprehensive their health insurance is. And if they’re instructed to take it easy and recover at home? Well, then they