Personal injury lawsuits, as a rule, do not tend to include claims of a loss of consortium. This is not because such cases are rarely of interest to claimants and patients. Rather, it is because the majority of claims will not fulfill the standards and requirements necessary for the claims to have validity and applicability. […]
Additional Frequently Asked Questions
- What Damages Can I Recover in a Medical Malpractice Case?
- Are Nursing Home Injury or Abuse Cases Considered Medical Malpractice?
- How Can I Afford to Hire a Medical Malpractice Attorney to Represent Me?
- How Do I Know If I Have A Malpractice Case?
- If I Can Prove That the Defendant Violated the Standard of Care, Does That Mean I Win My Case?