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    Are medical malpractice awards subject to a cap on damages?
    Are there limits on damages in Florida medical malpractice case?
    Are there time limits to sue for injuries in a Florida medical malpractice case?
    Can a medical malpractice case be reopened after it settled if new side effects are discovered?
    Can anything be recovered if medical malpractice causes the patient to die?
    Can I sue for medical malpractice if a family member dies as a result of the malpractice?
    Can I sue my doctor for birth defects?
    Can I sue my doctor for leaving something in my body during surgery?
    Do all doctors have malpractice insurance?
    Do I need an attorney for my Florida medical malpractice case?
    Does a bad outcome from a doctor mean that medical malpractice has occurred?
    How can I afford to hire an attorney to represent me in a medical malpractice case?
    How common is medical malpractice?
    How does a jury determine if the actions of a doctor were within the standards of good medical practice?
    How long will it take for my Florida medical malpractice case to go to trial?
    Should I obtain my own medical records or should I get an attorney to obtain them for me?
    What do I need to bring to the initial consultation with my attorney in my Florida medical malpractice case?
    What happens if patient carelessness contributed to the medical malpractice?
    What is the standard of care in a medical malpractice case?
    What role do expert witnesses play in medical malpractice cases?
    Why do medical malpractice cases take longer than other personal injury cases?