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I experienced a side effect after surgery and wanted to sue for malpractice on a contingency basis because I now have medical expenses I didn't have before. But a lawyer told me that only cases involving a second surgery to correct mistakes of the first surgery would qualify for a lawsuit. Then an acquaintance told me lawyers will only take such cases if doctors have to do multiple surgeries to correct the first surgery. Why?
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