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July 2015 Archives

WHAT CONSTITUTES MEDICAL MALPRACTICE?

Many people think they know what constitutes medical malpractice based on television shows and what they've heard from friends and relatives who may not be qualified to comment. The actual answer differs somewhat from state to state, depending on the jurisdiction in which you reside. In Illinois, the law is very clear. Medical malpractice is said to have occurred when a healthcare professional violated the governing standard of care in the course of treating a patient, resulting in an injury to the patient. Malpractice may be the result of an action that causes an injury or a failure to take appropriate action that would have avoided injury.

How Much Time Do I Have To File A Medical Malpractice Action In Wisconsin?

The Wisconsin legislators took a great deal of care to consider many details when establishing a statute of limitations for medical malpractice legal actions. While the overall statute of limitations requires claims to be filed within three years of the date of injury, many factors can change that date.

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Scales Of Justice: A
Constant Reminder

Attorney Jeffrey Goldberg commissioned this sculpture of the scales of justice to serve as a visual reminder of the firm's reason for being: to make sure that people who have been injured by the negligence of others are fairly represented and that they receive just compensation for their losses.

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