Connecticut medical malpractice cases must cause significant, permanent harm to the patient.
Understanding the Connecticut medical malpractice statute
The medical malpractice lawyers at McEnery Price Messey & Sullivan are glad that you or your loved one was able to recover from your injury. While your doctor, nurse, hospital, or other health care provider may have in fact been negligent in your care, because you or your loved one made a full recovery, a medical malpractice claim may not be able to be filed.
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