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Discovery Phase Expensive, Time-Consuming

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A medical malpractice action usually begins its path through the legal system with the filing of complaints, certificates of merit, and other documents with the court. Next, before a case goes to trial, the discovery phase begins, which typically requires a great deal of time and money. Basically, "discovery" is the gathering and sharing of factual information between the plaintiff and defense teams.  Interrogatories: Interrogatories are written questions that require written more...
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