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To find out if there are malpractice lawsuits against a doctor, a person can access his state's court records, explains Nolo. Many records are online; others may require going to the courthouse and paying a fee. The exis... More »

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An individual can look up doctor complaints by checking the Federation of State Medical Boards, state licensing boards and court records, according to Nolo. There are also health insurance plans that provide information ... More »

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If a doctor's negligence caused a disability that resulted in damages to you, including pain, medical expenses, or lost wages or earning capacity, you may have cause to sue the doctor for medical malpractice, according t... More »

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The Federation of State Medical Boards, state medical boards and court records are sources of information about complaints filed against doctors. Using a search engine to query the doctor’s name produces any unusual, leg... More »

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To start a medical malpractice lawsuit due to a misdiagnosis, call the medical licensing board governing medical licenses, find out the set period your state allows for filing a claim and get a certificate of merit by ob... More »

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