Q: what type of lawyer would I need if I did a medical research study and was told wrong information about the study.
I was told wrong information about what I was participating in and had I known I would not have participated.
YOU WANT A CIVIL LITIGATOR.
HOWEVER, THE ISSUE WILL BE DAMAGES.
YOU HAVE TO PROVE HOW YOU WERE DAMAGED BY THIS INCORRECT INFO.
A: Before thinking about a lawyer consider the value of your claim. Lawyers are expensive and their fees may exceed the value of a potential recovery. Consider small claims court if the value of your claim is less than $10,000.
A: If you participated in a medical research study and were given false or inaccurate information that led you to participate, you may need to consult with a medical malpractice attorney. Medical malpractice attorneys are skilled in handling cases of medical negligence or misconduct that result in harm to patients. They can help you assess your legal options and determine if you have a case for medical malpractice or other legal action. It's important to seek legal advice as soon as possible to protect your rights and ensure that your case is handled properly.
A: You may need to consult a lawyer who specializes in medical malpractice or personal injury law. They can help you determine if you have a legal claim against the medical research institution or the individuals responsible for providing incorrect information about the study. You may also want to contact your local bar association for a referral to an attorney who can assist you with your case.
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