Who Can Be Held Accountable For The Medical Malpractice?
There may be more than one cause of an injury. When the negligent conduct of two or more parties contributes concurrently as causes of an injury, each party shall be liable to the claimant for the entire judgment, regardless of his degree of negligence.
The information on this page is meant to provide a general overview of the law. The laws in your state and/or city may deviate significantly from those described here. If you have specific questions related to your situation you should speak with a local attorney.
Additional Medical Malpractice Articles
- How Do I Know If My Injury Constitutes Medical Malpractice?
- Is There A Time Limit In Which I Need To File A Lawsuit For Medical Malpractice?
- How Much Can I Expect An Attorney To Charge To Handle A Medical Malpractice Case?
- What Damages Can Be Recovered For Medical Malpractice?
- What Happens If I Am Injured In The Course Of Medical Treatment?
- Anesthesia Negligence
- Asthma/Respiratory Illnesses
- Birth Defects Or Injuries
- Nuclear Medicine (Cat Scans And Mri's)
- Nursing Home Injuries And Negligence
- Obtaining Informed Consent
- Pharmacist Malpractice
- Psychiatric Or Psychological Malpractice
- Is Arbitration Mandatory?
- What Are Typical Attorneys' Fees?
- What Is Contributory Or Comparative Negligence?
- Are There Damage Caps In Delaware?
- Does Delaware Mandate The Collateral Source Rule?