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  • Medical Malpractice Law in Utah

    Medical malpractice law in Utah is a matter of state statute and has been clearly defined on a number of occasions by the state itself. With this concrete description, it is difficult for attorneys to overturn rulings by judges that are based on statutory law. The reason that Uta...

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  • Medical Malpractice Law in Vermont

    In Vermont, the medical malpractice law has been set down by the statutes, similar to many other states. In this case, legal precedent has been allowed to change the law slightly as different types of precedent has been set over the years. With these different types of legal argu...

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  • Medical Malpractice Law in Virginia

    Medical malpractice law in Virginia has been set forth in the statute framed by the lawmakers of the state in the Constitution. It is unlikely that much litigation and precedent is known to sway the court in making a decision in individual cases. Despite this, the strength of a m...

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  • Medical malpractice law in Washington

    Over the years, medical malpractice law in Washington has become a thing of much debate. Considering the fact that Washington is a somewhat liberal state and contains all manner of judges and attorneys who have conflicting views on the very nature of medical malpractice law in Wa...

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  • Medical malpractice law in West Virginia

    Medical malpractice law in West Virginia is very clearly defined in the state's constitution and the statues that are set down as a result of the framing of the Constitution. As more and more individuals over the years sue through the offices of their practicing attorneys and att...

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  • Medical malpractice law in Wisconsin

    Medical malpractice law in Wisconsin is not unique in the country, as it is very similar to many other states that carry basic medical malpractice laws. Although it differs substantially when it comes to the evolution of the law itself in comparison with these other states. Over ...

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  • Medical Malpractice Law in Wyoming

    With so much obscurity surrounding medical malpractice law in Wyoming, is not surprising that so many attorneys and so many doctors spend so much time arguing the case in front of a court of law. With all of this litigation and battling to be victorious in the eyes of the court, ...

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  • Medical malpractice law in Ohio

    Medical malpractice law in Ohio has changed quite a bit due to malpractice reforms implemented as of April 2003. Statutes of Limitations in Ohio Any action must be commenced within one year of the discovery of the act or negligence upon which the action is based, according to Ohi...

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  • Medical malpractice law in Oklahoma

    Medical malpractice law in Oklahoma is similar to that of many states and includes all manner of hospital employees and patients. In the case of most medical malpractice law, malpractice is defined by leaving the patient worse off than when they began. In some cases, it is very d...

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  • Medical Malpractice Law in Oregon

    Medical malpractice law in Oregon is somewhat straightforward and contains very little subterfuge or boilerplate in the language of the law. For the most part, those who are afflicted with worse damages after having been serviced by the doctor then they suffered from previously a...

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