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August 12, 2021

What are the Challenges of a Medical Negligence Lawsuit?

The average payout in a medical malpractice lawsuit in the United States is about $242,000. The median (or middle number) value of a medical malpractice settlement is $250,000. In contrast, the average jury verdict in malpractice cases for the plaintiff is a little more than $1 million. However, in Michigan, there is a limitation...
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August 9, 2021

What Should Expectant Mothers Know About Birth Injuries?

The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) has found that about seven in every 1,000 children will suffer from a birth injury. These birth injuries are frequently caused by medical conditions that are left untreated or are the result of malpractice during the delivery. Let’s look at some of the questions expectant mothers have about...
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July 28, 2021

How Long Do I Have to File a Medical Malpractice Case in Michigan If I Just Discovered My Injury?

If you want to bring an action against a doctor, surgeon, or hospital in Michigan for medical malpractice, there’s a time limit. Michigan has a statute of limitations on medical negligence or medical malpractice cases. As a result, there’s only so much time after a medical malpractice injury in which an injured victim can...
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July 23, 2021

I Was Hit as a Pedestrian in a Crosswalk – Who Pays My Medical Bills and am I Able to Sue the At-Fault Driver Who Hit Me?

Pedestrians in Michigan struck by a motor vehicle are killed or seriously injured more than 80% of the time. In our state, more than 100 pedestrians die each year from being hit by a vehicle. If you or a loved one are injured by a motor vehicle when crossing a crosswalk, there are some...
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July 16, 2021

What is a Notice of Intent in Michigan Malpractice Law?

If you have suffered serious injuries that you believe are the result of the negligence of a doctor, physician, hospital, or other healthcare provider in Michigan, you are required to comply with a number of specific procedural requirements at the start of a medical malpractice case. The first is the prerequisite that a plaintiff...
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