Posted by Gary Burger on April 25, 2017 in Personal Injury
We have to be very careful when handling possible medical malpratice cases. We do not want to lead any client down a path that’s not accurate or make any improper claim against a doctor. You know, when we file a medical malpractice claim in Missouri and Illinois, Missouri and Illinois have tort reform. They’ve had it for a long time. People say, “What about tort reform?” Well, we’ve had it for a long time. And in both states, we have to have a letter from a doctor or a medical provider in the same area of practice within the last five years of practicing that has a written opinion that that doctor committed malpractice and that malpractice caused the damages in the client that we’re asserting.
If you’d like to learn more about medical malpractice or to get started on your free case evaluation, get in contact with the personal injury lawyers of Burger Law today.