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Richard M. Cotter (19.4 miles)
Insurance, Litigation, Medical Malpractice, Personal Injury, Products Liability
Stow, MA 01775, Middlesex County

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Facing Medical Malpractice Issues

Matters of health should never be taken lightly, especially with expensive medical bills. If you believe a doctor may be guilty of negligence, talk to a medical malpractice lawyer. Remember, medical malpractice cases require serious attention to detail. Many personal injury lawyers have malpractice experience and can assist you in seeking money for lost wages.

Sample MA Medical Malpractice Cases

... CORDY, J. In this lawsuit, the plaintiff, Humberto Correia, alleges professional malpractice against James H. Fagan and 121 William A. Brown, his defense attorneys in a Federal criminal proceeding. ... 3. Discussion. a. Elements of a criminal malpractice claim. ...

... We are asked to determine whether Massachusetts law permits recovery for a "loss of chance" in a medical malpractice wrongful death action, where a jury found that the defendant physician's negligence deprived the plaintiff's decedent of a less than even chance of surviving ...

... 754 (1974), ruling that the complaint was filed beyond the three-year statute of limitations set forth in GL c. 260, § 4, and that Frankston should have discovered the alleged legal malpractice more than three years before the commencement of this action in 2004. We affirm. [2]. ...

... [3] As of 2005, twenty-one States had modified or abolished the collateral source rule. See Robinson v. Bates, 112 Ohio St. 3d 17, 22 (2006). Massachusetts itself has by statute modified the collateral source rule in medical malpractice actions. ...

... The gravamen of Sandman's complaint alleged that Quincy Mutual was vicariously liable for the harm that she and her daughter sustained as a result of the misrepresentations and malpractice of Frank L. Fragomeni, an attorney who represented Quincy Mutual in a subrogation ...

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