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The Thin Line Between Medical Malpractice & Wrongful Death
The Thin Line Between Medical Malpractice & Wrongful Death

It’s estimated that acts of medical negligence are responsible for the deaths of over 250,000 Americans each year. With such a high statistic, it’s no wonder that many people confuse “medical malpractice” with “wrongful death.” However, these are two entirely separate legal ...

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