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TOP 5 THINGS TO DO WHEN YOU HAVE BEEN A VICTIM OF MEDICAL MALPRACTICE

By The Moses Firm |

Find out what happened.  Ask the doctors what happened, why it happened, and whether it could have been prevented.  When serious medical errors occur, more often than not, hospitals and doctors do NOT honestly, completely, or clearly disclose or acknowledge those errors.  They are more concerned about the financial impact of a serious medical… Read More »

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5 Most Common Defense Arguments (Myths) in Medical Malpractice Cases

By The Moses Firm |

Medical malpractice cases are wrought with pitfalls.  There are different legal rules that apply to these specialized cases, and they are aggressively defended by skilled defense lawyers and expert witnesses who are willing to circle the wagons for the defendants regardless of the facts of the case.  In these cases, there are some common… Read More »

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TMF Seeking Excellent Physicians and Nurse Expert Witnesses

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The Moses Firm is constantly seeking well-credentialed physicians and nurses to help us evaluate medical malpractice cases.  Our team of expert witnesses helps us determine whether cases are viable by evaluating whether other healthcare providers violated the standard of care and whether those violations caused the patient’s injuries.  We could not help our clients… Read More »

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Top 5 Mistakes Patients Make When Pursuing A Medical Malpractice Case

By The Moses Firm |

1. Waiting too long to investigate your case.  In Georgia, there are laws called statutes of limitations.  These law create time limits within which a medical malpractice cases must be filed in Court.  Although there are some exceptions, the statute of limitations is two years from the date of the alleged injury or death in… Read More »

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