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Identifying a valid medical malpractice claim

When people are looking for a doctor in New York, chances are they do their research and compare their options to find a professional who they trust will provide quality medical care. However, if people are required to go to the hospital because of a sudden emergency, they may not pay as much attention to what is going on around them. While it may be difficult for people to be thoughtful when there is added pressure, it is critical that people understand what behaviors could potentially leave them in danger as a patient. Additionally, they should understand how to identify medical malpractice so they can make proactive efforts to seek compensatory damages in situations where their health has been compromised by the behavior of medical professionals. 

According to Forbes, when a patient has received treatment that has resulted in further injury or discomfort, he or she has most likely been the victim of medical malpractice. Hospital negligence and medical errors often go uninvestigated because patients fear that sharing their concerns may compromise their ability to get quality health care in the future. Additionally, they may fear that health insurance costs may skyrocket, which is a largely perceived misconception. 

Patients can better protect themselves from the dangers of medical malpractice by expecting certain behaviors from their attending physician. Even under circumstances where medical care is required quickly and unexpectedly, patient should be watchful of their doctor's behavior. Physicians Practice suggests that doctors who have realistic goals, take the time to answer questions in detail, listen to their patients and do not ignore their patients concerns, are less likely to make costly errors.  

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