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Welcome To Lawsuits Medical



medical lawsuitThank you for visiting our site. Our aim is to provide you with the best information and advice about a medical lawsuit so that you can decide to enlist the support of a medical malpractice lawyer to help you with your compensation claim.


The content of this site will be added to on a regular basis so that you can keep up to date with all of the most recent medical lawsuit cases and make an assessment as to how these affect you or your loved ones.



Medical Malpractice Is The Third Leading Cause Of Death



The American Medical Journal (JAMA) states that medical malpractice or negligence is number three in the causes of deaths in the United States. The top two are heart disease and cancer. There was over $3 billion in medical malpractice payouts in the year 2012 equating to a payout being made every 43 minutes.



What Should You Do?



Medical malpractice is not just confined to what happens in a hospital. If drugs have been prescribed and they later cause serious side effects that were not forewarned about by either the doctor or on the label/packaging of the medication then you could be entitled to file a medical lawsuit. The first step you need to take is to contact a medical malpractice attorney. An experienced attorney will review all the details of your case. The attorney will need to secure all of the associated medical records and conduct interviews with the patient, family members and friends in order to see if you have an actionable case.





Statutes Of Limitation



You need to be aware of statutes of limitation. These are deadlines for a medical lawsuit filing and they are different in each state. There are also differences in the procedural requirements that must be fulfilled before a case can be filed and these also differ for each state. This is another reason why you need the help and advice of a qualified medical lawyer who will know exactly what has to be done in order to file a case.



Drug Lawsuits



drug lawsuitIn the year 2008 $234 billion was spent on prescription medications. It is estimated that today almost half of all Americans take at least one prescription drug regularly. A high number of people that take these drugs are injured by the serious side effects of these medications. In many cases the side effects from the drugs are more debilitating than the problem the drug was supposed to treat in the first place. Injured parties have a remedy in the law if they are injured due to the manufacturer’s negligence.


It may not be just the drug taker that is injured by the medication. There have been an alarming number of cases where pregnant women have taken a certain drug and then given birth to a baby that has severe defects.


The manufacturers of drugs have a legal responsibility to make sure that their products are safe to use. The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has a number of regulations that must be satisfied before a drug can go to market. The reality is that there have been some flaws in the approval process and manufacturer negligence has also exposed millions of users to risks that were not disclosed. There are many examples of this on our website.



We Are Here To Help You



A lot of research and diligence has gone into creating this site for you. We believe that if you have been a victim then you should be protected by the law and compensated for your injuries. If you cannot find an answer to your question then please use this form to contact us here.


With some of the specific medical lawsuits examined on the different pages of the site, you can contact an appropriate lawyer using the links provided on that specific page. That way you can be assured of a competent experienced lawyer who will look into your case. There are other lawyers around, but few will have the experience and know how that is needed to get the best results for you. Medical malpractice is a specialist area of law and we advise you to use the forms to obtain the best help and advice possible.


Good luck with your medical lawsuit.