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Is There Maximum Compensation in a Medical Malpractice Case?

John P. Rosenberg
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http://www.JRosenberg.com Many Californians have suffered needless injuries or have died as a result of medical negligence. If you have suffered an injury or lost a loved one to medical malpractice, watch this video to find out about the damages you can collect.

In California, victims of medical malpractice can only collect a maximum of $250,000 for their pain, suffering, disfigurement, inconvenience, and general damages. This cap on damages is a result of the Medical Injury Compensation Reform Act (MICRA) of 1975. While times have changed and the cost of living has changed since then, the law regarding compensation for a medical negligence claim has not changed. Because there are restrictions on what you can collect, you need to find an attorney who is educated about the medical malpractice laws and damages available to you.

For a medical malpractice lawyer who can educate you about the matter and pursue your case to the fullest—making sure you also collect for your medical bills, loss of income and other economic losses—contact the Law Offices of John P. Rosenberg. You can reach our Woodland Hills office for a free consultation at 818-716-6400 or contact us online.