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Malpractice is when a doctor or medical provider breaches or violates the accepted standard of care during your treatment.


Standard of care is defined as the generally accepted practices and procedures used by healthcare professionals in the same geographic area when caring for patients with certain conditions or diseases. The standard can change based on different conditions and other factors including age, sex and other accompanying medical issues.


Along with clear violations of the standard, the breach would also directly result in an injury. It will be up to you and your personal injury lawyer to prove in a courtroom that a medical professional was directly responsible for your injuries. In most cases, this requires a third party medical expert to testify in defense of your accusations.

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Compensation for Medical Malpractice:

Medical malpractice claims in North Carolina fall into one of three categories of damages.


1. Compensatory Damages

This type of compensation is intended to cover any medical costs, past, present or future and any lost wages that were a result of the injury. There is no cap on compensatory damages in North Carolina.


2. Non-Economic Damages

Compensation for intangible damage, such as pain and suffering and emotional distress. There are no limits on the amount of non-economic damages that can be awarded in North Carolina.

3.Punitive Damages

Compensation that is intended to punish a medical professional or establishment for any injury that was intentional and reckless. The limits for punitive damages in North Carolina is $250,000 or three times the compensatory damages, whichever is greater.


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