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How Do Medical Malpractice Laws in NH Impact Doctors?

Does a doctor lose their license if found guilty of medical malpractice?

Medical malpractice laws in NH are meant to protect patients from serious and permanent injury, but these laws also protect others if a doctor's actions are shown to be in violation of their medical license. In this video, attorneys from Upton & Hatfield's medical malpractice group discuss the consequences of a medical malpractice case from the standpoint of the doctor.

Under NH medical malpractice laws, doctors found guilty of medical malpractice are investigated by the NH Board of Medicine and could face disciplinary action. Information about these investigations, complaints against doctors, and disciplinary actions can be found by calling or emailing the Board of Medicine, as well as online.

Medical malpractice laws in NH offer a path to relief for victims of medical malpractice, but these can be lengthy, costly and complicated cases. Upton & Hatfield has a team of attorneys that specializes in medical malpractice lawsuits and have the expertise to navigate this complex area of the law. All medical malpractice clients also have the option of paying a contingent fee, where money is paid only in the event of a favorable case outcome. For more information about medical malpractice laws in NH and filing a malpractice case, contact Upton & Hatfield.