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Medical malpractice cases can often be very complex because you have to prove that a medical provider didn't treat a patient according to the accepted standards of medical practice, and as a result cause the patient further injury. These kinds of cases often require expert testimony as to what kind of medical treatment should have been provided. Therefore, a medical malpractice attorney should not only be familiar with the applicable laws but must also understand the underlying medical procedures involved in your case and be able to discuss these matters with medical experts. Also, medical malpractice cases can take a long time to litigate and can have a profound impact on your life, so it is important to choose an attorney you can trust and someone you can talk to about sometimes difficult details. If you've suffered from medical malpractice contact an attorney in your area and ask about an initial consultation.