Will the doctor lose their license after a medical malpractice case?
The purpose of a malpractice case is to get the client money for the damages they sustained due to the negligence of the doctor. The purpose of the case is not to deprive the doctor of their license. The licensing of the doctor is done by the state in which the doctor practices. If the state feels that this malpractice was egregious or some other reason, or there are too many malpractice cases, then the state may investigate the doctor and deal with the doctor’s licenses. The case that you hire your attorney for has nothing whatsoever to do with the doctor’s license; it has to do with obtaining a monetary award for the damages you sustained due to the negligence of the doctor.
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