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by Jeff Rasansky - December 2, 2013
Jeff Rasansky
Jeff Rasansky, managing partner of Rasansky Law Firm, is an aggressive Dallas personal injury lawyer with 25 years of legal experience.

Some medical malpractice claims are more common than others. This is especially true of failure to diagnose cases, which constitute 40 percent of all medical malpractice cases.

There are other common types of malpractice that attorneys deal with, many of them having to do with damage suffered by their clients as the result of negligent treatment, outright neglect of the patient or the doctor ordering improper treatments. Doctors are not the only people who can be sued for malpractice, however. There are other professionals who are held to the same standards.


Nurses, for instance, do the bulk of patient care in most any medical setting. Medical negligence on their part may be as dangerous as it is when doctors are guilty of shirking their duties. In many cases, it might be even more dangerous to the patient. A nurse is a highly-trained professional who is depended upon by patients as much, or more, than are doctors. If you suffered injuries because of negligent nurses, you may be able to collect damages for having been put through the pain and suffering you endured.

Dentists can also be sued under malpractice law. Malpractice law firms represent their clients against essentially anyone who was bound by the laws that apply to medical professionals and who breeched their duties under those laws. A dentist dispenses anesthetics, performs surgery and, in many ways, operates with more authority and autonomy than does a doctor in a hospital setting. If you’ve been subjected to negligent dental treatments, you also may have a medical malpractice claim on your hands. It does take an attorney to make that determination for sure, however, though you can consult with most of them for free. This is called working on a contingency arrangement. It’s a way that you can make sure you don’t pay someone to file a case they know is going to lose.

When medical malpractice lawyers works on contingency, they’re counting on winning the case so that they get paid. From a cold business perspective, this puts the onus on them to work for you as hard as they can. It also makes certain that, if you really don’t have a case, no one s wasting your time and money with it. Attorneys experienced with this type of law can be trusted with your medical information; there are strict laws governing how it’s handled.

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