- Defendant & Plaintiff & Medical Malpractice Law
- Defendant and Plaintiff: If a malpractice trial goes to court, the plaintiff is the person who is bringing the charges against the medical professional. The defendant is the medical party that the suit is being held against.
Additional Frequently Asked Questions
- What Does “Informed Consent” in Relation to Medical Malpractice Mean?
- Can I Sue If I Am Unhappy With The Outcome Of My Surgery?
- Do I Have a Case Because My Condition Got Worse Due to My Doctor Failing to Refer Me to a Specialist?
- How Do I Know If I’m Within the Statute of Limitations for Medical Malpractice?
- What Are Some Medical Malpractice Examples?