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Two elements to know in a Kentucky medical malpractice case

People go to medical professionals for diagnosis and to receive acceptable care to make themselves or a loved one feel better. Sometimes, however, health care providers can cause more harm than help. These personnel can cause more injury when they fail to give adequate care or misdiagnose their patients. There are two main factors in a Kentucky medical malpractice case: finding out who was at fault and proving that they were legally at fault. 

Medical malpractice claims can be filed not only against a doctor, they can also be applied to nurses, assistants and any other medical personnel that may have been involved. Hospitals and pharmaceutical companies are not exempt; they can have claims filed against them as well. Once it has been determined who is at fault, a victim may proceed to the final component in such cases. 

Proving that a health care professional has provided inadequate or improper care is the next step an injured party will face. To establish this negligence, one must show he or she was owed a duty from this professional. Next, it must be proved that the person or establishment failed to give acceptable care and that the deviation from standard care caused the injury. 

Medical malpractice cases can be difficult for people to prepare and prove on their own. Some Kentucky residents decide to hire attorneys to help them through this long and stressful process. An experienced personal injury lawyer would be able to help one through the steps one must complete and assist in building a strong case for the complainant.  

Source:, "Medical Malpractice", Accessed on Oct. 18, 2017

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