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Medical malpractice claims are essential in upholding a high medical standard in the state of Connecticut. Thousands of patients deal with negligence on the part of a medical professional each year and it is important to know what your rights are. Reach out to a Hartford medical malpractice lawyer at Injured CT to learn how we can help protect your rights.

The Middletown personal injury attorneys at Injured CT have more than 50 years of combined experience in personal injury, wrongful death, and medical malpractice cases. Our injury attorneys take pride in accepting these cases, involving the most serious injuries.

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Medical Malpractice In Middletown, CT

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What Is Medical Malpractice?

What Is Medical Malpractice? Medical malpractice refers to any form of negligence committed by a doctor, medical professional, and/or healthcare facility towards a patient. This negligence can lead to injury/harm depending on the other party’s actions.

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Medical malpractice can lead to a significant change in your quality of life. It can have a debilitating effect on your ability to stay healthy and enjoy what you love doing. Due to this, it becomes important to fight for your legal rights.


When It Is Time To Move Forward With A Medical Malpractice Claim, You Will Want To Know What Is Needed Concerning The Other Party’s Liability. Here Are A Few Factors To Focus On:

Doctor-Patient Relationship (Duty Of Care)

The first step is going to end up involving the duty of care in a case of this nature. You will want to show there was a direct relationship between yourself and the other party. This can be something as simple as going to a family doctor and then not receiving appropriate care. It is their responsibility to make sure they are adhering to the law and following the rules. This is their duty of care.

Negligence (Medical Practitioner’s Action Breached Duty Of Care)

Negligence is going to play a key role when it comes to proving guilt. It is essential to show the other party didn’t take the necessary action to make sure you weren’t harmed. This can include giving you a warning, taking the right actions, and/or following medical practice laws based on what is required in the state of Connecticut.


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Causation (Medical Practitioner’s Action Directly Caused Harm)

You will be expected to show the damages that took place (i.e. injury) had to do with the other party’s negligent actions. There has to be a direct connection to the injury and what you are citing in the legal claim. If not, it is possible for the claim to not go through as intended in Connecticut. It is important to build this connection and ensure everything is on par with what is expected in the state of Connecticut.

Damages (Patient Suffered Injury Or Harm)

Along with showing the other party’s actions were the reason for your getting injured, it is also important to show that you were injured. This includes medical records and/or any other proof associated with your injury. It is best to make sure you are also taking the time to maintain visual evidence of what took place. This can help with your legal claim and will ensure it is in line with what the law requires.

What Compensation Can I Get From A Connecticut Medical Malpractice Claim?

When putting together a medical malpractice claim, it’s important to understand what you can ask for in terms of compensation.

Economic Damages

This is the most common option when it is time to move forward with a medical malpractice claim. In general, this refers to any type of damage that has been economically damaging to you. For example, you might end up losing your job, dealing with medical fees, or having to pay for prescription drugs. Whatever the damages are, you can cite them under this category.

Non-Economic Damages

With medical malpractice claims, there are several details to go through one by one. Among these details will come non-economic damages that are just as integral to the process as everything else. These damages will include anything that is built around non-economic effects on your personal life. This can include not being able to do the job you love, stress, anxiety, depression, and more. Anything that doesn’t have a financial figure attached to it can go under this category.

Punitive Damages

This is a set of damages that will depend on what the law states. In general, the judge is going to go through the case details, assess the negligence from the defendant, and then determine whether or not additional damages are in order. This is where punitive damages come into action. The premise of punitive damages is to punish the defendant because they broke the law. This is on top of the compensation that is going to be given to the plaintiff.

These are the facts you can focus on when it comes to the overall legal claim against the other party. You will want to iron out the details in advance and that can be done with the help of Injured CT. We are fully qualified to assist with filing a legal claim and will have the expertise to help every step of the way.

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It is recommended to go through your case with a legal expert to focus on which party will be listed in the medical malpractice claim. It is in your best interest to have all of this ready to go in advance. You can only file a legal claim with this in mind. If you want to make sure the right approach is taken, it is best to give us a call at 855-CT-LEGAL. At Injured CT, we are committed to making sure you have an airtight legal claim and it all starts with a comprehensive consultation.

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What Our Middletown Medical Malpractice Lawyers Provide For You

  • One-on-one attorney client relationship
  • No fees until we win your case
  • Never charge you for extra services
  • 50 years of combined experience in personal injury

What "Injured CT" Means

The term “Injured CT” means swift and efficient. Our goal is to provide professionally aggressive legal services by trusted and experienced attorneys in an honest, swift, and efficient manner.

50 years of experience in the law

Our attorneys also have been rated by their peers for several years running, to gain the select listing of outstanding attorneys in Connecticut and New England by Super Lawyers. In addition to our exemplary ratings from the legal community, we are most pleased to be highly regarded by our past and present clients.

Attorney-Client Relationship

Other larger firms may hand your case off to a case manager or clerk. This is a filing system that reduces people's problems to "just another case." At Injured CT, you are guaranteed to speak one-on-one with your attorney throughout your case.

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A well-known trial lawyer once said, “If you are not emotionally invested, your client is not getting your best effort.” Not every attorney will agree with this statement. The lawyers here at Injured CT Law Partners believe it. We care about our clients, we fight for our clients in and out of court, and, most importantly - we hate to lose.

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