How Contingent Fee Contracts Work

Many personal injury cases–and every medical malpractice case–requires hundreds of hours of attorney time and tens of thousands of dollars of investment in expenses such as filing fees, court reporters, expert and consulting fees, and medical exhibits.  Very few people could afford to pursue such a case if they had to pay their attorneys and …

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The Conspiracy of Silence in Medical Malpractice Cases

In a medical malpractice case, as in many other types of cases against professionals, the plaintiff is required to prove his case with expert testimony from another professional to the effect that the defendant failed to provide proper care to the plaintiff. Such testimony is often required to even start a case: under a special law enacted …

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