What happens in medical negligence cases?

In Massachusetts, one generally has to prove that the medical care provider failed to exercise that degree of care normally required by proof through an expert witness. In order to proceed with a case in its initial stages, the plaintiff must prove through a medical tribunal, which consists of a judge, lawyer and medical provider, that there is enough evidence, if believed, to go forward with the case. After the case has been approved by the tribunal then the matter proceeds through to the court system.

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