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Standard of care breaches might lead to lawsuits

As a patient in South Carolina, you are afforded certain rights and generally expect that the individuals treating you should try to provide the best care possible for the situation. However, this does not always occur, and you may suffer additional injury while seeking treatment from medical physicians and health care facilities.

How do you prove fault in a medical malpractice case?

Most South Carolina patients know that, while doctors are often able to save the lives of many patients, not all will survive if they become sick or need life-saving surgery. However, patients and their families expect that their healthcare providers will provide them with expert care. If the physician fails to do this, however, the patient may be eligible to file a medical malpractice lawsuit. However, they will need to provide proof that the attending physician was at fault.

How do you prove fault in a car crash?

Anyone who has suffered injuries in a crash caused by someone else may have wondered how to prove the liability of the other party. Official police reports can be one of the strongest forms of evidence when it comes to proving liability, but the police do not respond to every accident. There are several other methods that may be used, but each state has its own laws regarding accident reporting.

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