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Statue Of Limitations Medical Malpractice In New Mexico

The statue of limitations for Medical Malpractice cases in New Mexico is not simple. The deadline to file a lawsuit ranges anywhere from six months to three years. Medical Malpractice lawsuits are complex and time consuming. The pre-lawsuit requirement can …

Statute Of Limitations New Mexico

  Defendant or Claim Type Prelawsuit Requirement Deadline to File a Lawsuit Exception for Minors or Incapacitated(II) Discovery Rule Fraudulent Concealment Non-Qualified Healthcare Provider and Facility None 3 years(I) Yes. One year after minor turns 18 or 1 year after …

Accessing Records In Electronic Form To Use In Medical Malpractice Case

Individuals in a medical malpractice case have a right to electronic records from their healthcare provider to be used and stored as they please. There are advantages to having electronic documents such as being able to duplicate documents easily and …

Fees In A Medical Malpractice Lawsuit

In a medical malpractice lawsuit, there are specific fees that must be covered. These fees cover the labor, supplies used for making copies of records, postage, and preparing an explanation of the protected health information. By taking into account the …

Qualified Healthcare Providers Are Much More Protected Against Medical Malpractice Lawsuits

Qualified Healthcare providers are much more protected against lawsuits than non-qualified healthcare providers. A statue of repose is in place that must be followed as opposed to a statute of limitations. A lawsuit must still be filed within three years …
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