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Each year, people fall victim to medical malpractice. Fortunately, there are ways to prevent medical malpractice. In some cases, simply knowing your rights as a patient can help you avoid this fate. If you’d like to learn more, keep reading.
It is important to get diagnosed in a timely manner. It is equally as important to get diagnosed correctly. If you have any doubts about your diagnosis, you have the right to get a second opinion from another doctor.
You doctor should never discuss your medical treatment or records to others without your permission. Doing so could result in medical malpractice. In addition, it is important to keep track of your medical records.
Decisions Regarding Your Health
Aging is a part of life. When you get to a certain age, you may not be able to make decisions regarding your health. Before that day comes, draw up a living will. It could help you avoid medical malpractice in the future.
If you have any doubts about the quality of medical care that was administered, beginning an investigation now can make all of the difference. 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.