Medical Malpractice and Personal Injury in New Jersey
Medical malpractice occurs when a negligent act or omission of treatment from a hospital or doctor leads to injury or death. In New Jersey, injured patients can bring a lawsuit against the hospital or health care professional to obtain damages and compensation.
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