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  • 5 Medical Malpractice FAQs

    Posted By Montee Law Firm, P.C. || 22-Sep-2017

    Medical malpractice cases can be complex, which is our attorneys at Montee Law Firm, P.C. have put together a list of some of the most frequently asked questions about this area of law. For more information, contact us today! How do I know if I have a medical malpractice case? In order to have a medical malpractice case, the plaintiff must be able to prove that their injuries were caused by a ...
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  • Montee Law Firm, P.C. Files Civil Suit Against Medical Services Company on Behalf of Injured Client

    Posted By Montee Law Firm || 27-Aug-2015

    Montee Law Firm, P.C. is currently petitioning for damages in the Circuit Court of Buchanan County, Missouri on behalf of their client, who sustained a serious head injury under the care of a medical provider. This civil action will be brought against Advanced Correctional Healthcare (ACH), a company responsible for providing medical services to the Buchanan County Jail, for supervisory negligence ...
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  • Missouri Supreme Court Rules Non-Economic Damage Caps Are Unconstitutional in Medical Malpractice Cases

    Posted By Russ Purvis || 1-Aug-2012

    In a decision that can only be described as a great victory for victims of medical malpractice, on July 31, 2012, the Missouri Supreme Court struck down statutory, non-economic damage caps in medical malpractice cases. Prior to the decision, RSMO Section 538.210 imposed caps on non-economic damages. In Watts v. Lester E. Cox Medical Centers, et al., SC91867, the court held that the damage cap ...
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  • Medical Malpractice Basics

    Posted By Russ Purvis || 19-Jun-2012

    Medical malpractice or medical negligence occurs when a healthcare provider causes an injury or death to a patient due to a failure to meet the accepted standard of care. Statutes limiting the ability to bring such claims can be very short. If you believe that you have been a victim of medical malpractice or medical negligence, you should take action immediately. The following is a list of the ...
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