Having been the victim of medical malpractice, there are many specific situations in which we need to hire a good attorney. However, we have to take into account a number of aspects when selecting them.

How to choose a good medical malpractice lawyer?
A true professional Nashville medical malpractice lawyer must always have important qualities such as honesty, sincerity, knowledge, and experience so that the client is satisfied with the service they have contracted.

However, we must keep in mind that when we face medical negligence, the doctor guilty of such negligence may incur three types of liability: disciplinary, civil or criminal. But what interests us most is the penalty kick: let's see why.

Reckless Medical Malpractice
The most commonly used to refer to medical acts is recklessness because we understand that the professional never wants to harm the patient because their goal is to cure them.

The will to cause other harm is incompatible with the purpose of the action and, therefore, at least in general terms, the way in which it is punished is usually reckless.

Therefore, the severity of recklessness will depend objectively on the degree of breach of the patient's duty of care.

This degree will be measured in attention to the level of caused or uncontrolled risk, since causing a risk in an emergency patient who arrives in serious condition is different from provoking a patient due to the bad prescription of a drug or malpractice.

But from a subjective point of view, recklessness will depend on the degree of predictability of the risk, that is, on the ability of the risk itself to manage the situation.

While in the first example in the previous paragraph the control capacity is very low, in the second example it was very high and therefore a very serious error.

We cannot ignore caregiver behavior and patient outcome , because without this, most physicians would be blameless and not guilty of medical malpractice.

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