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Have you been injured due to a negligent medical professional? If so, it is important to build a strong claim. You’ll need to have all of your paperwork in order to do so. Below are the documents you should have on hand when filing a medical malpractice claim.
In order to pursue compensation for any injuries sustained, you’ll need proof of your injury. Medical records detail all of the specifics of the injury–where the procedure was performed, who is was performed by, etc.
Prescription Medicine Record –
It is also possible that the procedure itself is not the cause of your ailments. In fact, it could be due to the medications you were prescribed. That is why it is also important to have the prescription medicine record available.
The attorneys at Levine & Wiss have over 40 years of combined experience. That previous experience working for insurance companies gives our attorneys real insight into creating strategies that will succeed when facing an insurance company that is seeking to minimize your compensation.
Medical Bills –
If you secure the kind of compensation your injuries actually warrant, be sure to present your medical bills.
Our medical malpractice attorneys have over 40 years of combined experience that allows us to create thorough investigations of the facts involved in any potential malpractice case. To protect your rights and to help you secure the kind of compensation that your injuries actually warrant, turn to the experienced personal injury lawyers of Levine and Wiss, PLLC. We are dedicated to helping our clients secure the maximum compensation. Call toll free at 1.888.GOT.HURT (468-4878) to schedule a free initial consultation.