Breach

Breach

Breach: The violation of a law or contractual obligation.


Breach - Frequently Asked Questions

How Would a Doctor Testify Against Another Doctor in a Malpractice Lawsuit?
19 apr
How Would a Doctor Testify Against Another Doctor in a Malpractice Lawsuit?

Many states require that you hire a doctor to testify on your behalf in a medical malpractice case. This is an essential part of proving that you were the victim of medical negligence. Ensuring you have the right doctor testify in a malpractice lawsuit is often key to winning your case. Why Would a Doctor Testify

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Do Most Medical Malpractice Cases Go to Trial?
18 apr
Do Most Medical Malpractice Cases Go to Trial?

According to Business Insurance report, of the hundreds of lawsuits filed every year, only about half of medical malpractice cases go to trial. Fewer than 5 percent end in a verdict. Over 95 percent of medical malpractice claims result in out-of-court settlements. Hospitals and doctors are often eager to settle to avoid the potential of facing

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Breach - News Articles

03 jan
Utah Jury Finds North Canyon Care Center Negligent in Medical Malpractice Lawsuit; Awards Family $1.83 Million

On August 11, 2012, Morley Reed Sprague was rushed to the hospital. He was suffering from sepsis, a potentially lethal condition stemming from a severe infection, and a urinary tract infection. Sprague, then 57, had been suffering from MS for nearly two decades and in 2012 he was confined to a wheelchair. After a 12

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08 jan
The Law of Medical Malpractice in Utah: A Survey of Basic Considerations

The Law of Medical Malpractice in Utah:  A Survey of Basic Considerations Utah medical malpractice law is among the most complex legal practice areas.  The statutes, case law, and regulations governing medical malpractice law in Utah are highly technical.  For instance, there are very strict and complicated filing deadlines that must be followed, or the injured

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