Generally, in order to prevail in a CT medical malpractice case, you must prove (1) the requisite standard of care for treatment, (2) a deviation from that standard of care, and (3) a causal connection between the deviation and your claimed injury.
The major point of contention for a medical malpractice case is whether the medical professional deviated from the standard of care. If you believe a medical professional has treated you below the expected standard, committed medical negligence, or caused you further harm from treatment, call us right away!
Importantly, not all medical mistakes constitute malpractice. Doctors are human, they’re expected to make some mistakes. Furthermore, medical malpractice extends beyond just doctors; nurses, pharmacists, and even hospitals can all be held accountable for malpractice. It is important to recognize the correct party at fault before contacting a CT medical malpractice lawyer and taking any legal action.