What do I need to prove to win my New York/New Jersey medical malpractice case?

Medical malpractice is professional negligence. You have to prove that a doctor or a medical professional departed from accepted standards of care in their treatment, and that that departure caused injury to you. And a departure means doing something that a reasonably prudent doctor wouldn’t do, or failing to do something that a reasonably prudent doctor would do. If you can establish that that happened, and that that failure caused an injury, you’ve got a viable medical malpractice claim.

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