What Is The Difference Between 'Medical Malpractice' And 'Wrongful Death'?
Wrongful death can often be the result of medical negligence, but the two are separate causes of action. Wrongful death is a form of damages and medical malpractice is a cause of action for a type of negligence on the part of someone. However, the two exist independently and the penumbra of the two venn diagrams can co-exist without overlapping.
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