The medical field has come a long way, both in terms of technological advancements and treatment methods available to patients. That said, it’s not perfect. According to statistics, between 25,000 and 120,000 deaths caused by medical malpractice happen annually. If you and your family are faced with this situation, you may be looking at a wrongful death case. Here are some aspects you need to consider before heading to trial.
The first part of this process is getting appointed by the state that handles wills and estates. It will determine whether you can represent the deceased’s interests in pursuit of monetary compensation. Before getting appointed, though, you first need to reach out to other surviving members of the deceased. It may be siblings, children, spouses, or domestic partners. If any of them object, you must attend a hearing in which the court will have the final say. Read more from this blog: