The Anatomy of Medical Malpractice Cases
November 2, 2022 by Lincoln Derr
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With experience on the defense side, the attorneys at Lincoln Derr understand that medical malpractice cases can be emotionally and professionally devastating for the defendant. But what exactly goes into a medical malpractice case? On this episode of Trying 2 Win, Lincoln Derr co-founders Sara Lincoln and Tricia Derr break down the process. They walk through the North Carolina expert certification process, filing the claim, the discovery process, dismissals, and finding expert witnesses.
Why People File Medical Malpractice Lawsuits, and Why Lincoln Derr Defends These Cases
The majority of medical malpractice cases are not medical negligence, but rather arise from unexpected complications. When a claim is filed against a physician, it’s important that experienced lawyers are in place to help preserve the physician’s reputation in the community. However, even the most experienced lawyers know that every case is not a winner. Although Sara Lincoln and Tricia Derr have had many wins in the medical malpractice field, they occasionally have to try cases they don’t love.
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