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Can I represent myself in a medical malpractice case?

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Representing yourself in a medical malpractice case in Florida is a bad idea. There are many technical rules and laws that apply to medical malpractice cases that can ultimately result in barring you from pursuing your claim for example, the two year statute of limitations which is strictly construed, and there’s also a relatively complicated and technical pre-suit investigation process that you must undergo before filing a lawsuit. It’s important to hire a lawyer who handles medical malpractice cases in Florida and is intimately familiar with the law in that area.

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