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Medical malpractice is negligence committed by a professional health care provider—a doctor, nurse, dentist, dental office or staff, pathologist, neurologist, oncologist, cardiologist, toxicologist, pharmacologist, technician, nursing home or staff, hospital or hospital worker—whose performance of duties deviates from a standard of practice of those with similar training and experience, resulting in harm to a patient or patients.

Thousands of injuries occur every year in the United States as a result of medical malpractice involving doctors, nurses, anesthesiologists and other medical and hospital staff. However, less than 10% of them are investigated by a medical malpractice lawyer specializing in medical malpractice claims because of the complicated legalities involved. The medical doctor, nurse, anesthesiologist, medical or hospital worker is considered negligent if the care falls below the minimum standard of skill or care which the medical profession regards as acceptable.

Once medical malpractice has been proven, it is necessary to show that the damage has been caused as a result of negligence. Medical malpractice cases are among the most difficult and expensive personal injury cases to litigate in our civil justice system. They require substantial professional experience, considerable resources, and an understanding of complex medical issues. The NJ Office of the Attorney General gathers and reports malpractice statistics for physicians licensed to practice medicine in New Jersey.

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