Medical negligence: when do claimants have a cause of action?

Medical negligence is an act or omission by a medical professional that deviates from the expected medical standard of care, resulting in injury, damage, or loss. The standard of proof is higher than the balance of probabilities.

Medical negligence: when do claimants have a cause of action?
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