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Written by attorney Richard P Hastings | Apr 12, 2016

Do I have a Connecticut medical malpractice case?

Do I have a Connecticut medical malpractice case? Generally speaking, if you feel that you have been injured by a doctor through some type of malpractice an attorney will not be able to render an opinion as to whether or not there is malpractice. A Connecticut medical malpractice attorney might be able to tell you whether or not your case it appears to be meritorious but ultimately your medical file will have to be reviewed by a doctor in the same area specialization to render an opinion as to whether or not the standard of care was breached by your treating physician. Find out more about the process and what you must do if you are interested in having a Connecticut medical malpractice attorney review your file.

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