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Clinical Negligence And Medical Practice Acts

By David Halbert

Medicine is a very complicated and demanding profession. It is a matter of life and death. The medical and healthcare service should be provided according to the accepted standards. It is only possible through regulations at every level of healthcare service. The consistent standards of service are ensured through regulations, such as clinical negligence, and medical practice acts.

The medical practice act is applied on all the professionals who have achieved M.O, or D.O degree. The act designed by Federation of Medical Boards provides a criterion for the selection of the individuals who can serve people. The act is an essential mean to prevent people from the unprofessional, incompetent, unlawful, fraudulent practice of medicine.

It is at these times that one requires the expert advice of a medical solicitor to investigate and ascertain the cause of the negligence . It is best to hire the services of a medical negligence solicitor as he or she will be able to pinpoint the reasons for this faster than a normal solicitor .

It may also be another option for the patients who want to pursue a clinical negligence compensation claim that they receive expert advice from a claims management company. It is vital to ensure that you get a good medical negligence solicitor; as he/she shall be able to explain what exactly went wrong; why you or your loved one is now suffering; and how to get further medical aid and compensation for the medical negligence.

The other unit of regulatory mechanism is the clinical negligence act. This act governs all the issues due to the carelessness, and incompetence of the doctor. It is meant for controlling the malpractice cases. The medical negligence act strives to provide justice to the victims of the clinical malpractice.

Sometimes, even when there is a clear evidence of medical negligence, a suit may be inappropriate to file. This is due to the high costs of litigating medical malpractice cases . The affected people will find that the cost of litigation is much higher than the amount of any damages award. The most important thing to remember is that medical malpractice litigation, are usually a very long, difficult process. One may find himself answering very personal questions during “interrogations” and at “depositions” (live testimony, taken under oath, often at an attorney’s office), which can be quite bothersome. While some cases are resolved quickly, it may be months or years before your case is resolved. However, a good medical negligence solicitor will help make the litigation process easier for you if not quick.

And if you are not able to afford the legal fees of the lawyer, he or she will tell you about the different funding options that you can get. In some cases, insurance policies cover expenses to investigate a medical negligence claim . There are those rare moments when you may find a loved one needing medical attention or having to undergo a medical procedure.

Therefore it is he right time to sought help from law to fight against clinical negligence and seek help for you loved ones recovery.

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Halbert, David "Clinical Negligence And Medical Practice Acts." Clinical Negligence And Medical Practice Acts. 30 Jun. 2010. 3 Aug 2014 <>.

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Halbert, D (2010, June 30). Clinical Negligence And Medical Practice Acts. Retrieved August 3, 2014, from

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Halbert, David "Clinical Negligence And Medical Practice Acts"

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