Can I Sue a Hospital in Maryland?
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People who have been injured as the result of medical malpractice may be entitled to compensation for their pain, lost wages, medical bills and suffering. Medical professionals may not have the funds to pay for the damages. However, the hospital insurance carrier typically has enough money to cover the damages.
A medical malpractice lawsuit not only helps you get the compensation you deserve, but it also helps the hospital take the steps necessary for preventing the same mistakes from happening to other patients.
Questions To Ask Your Lawyer
- How do if I know if a doctor is an independent contractor or employed by a hospital?
- I reside in New Jersey, but I was treated by a hospital and the physician who treated me resides in Maryland?
- Where will I need to file my medical malpractice lawsuit? Can I file separate suits against the hospital and doctor?
- Are we still able to sue the physician if the hospital offers to settle my case?
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