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Process Server for Filing Medical Malpractice Lawsuits

Medical malpractice cases are among some of the most complex types of lawsuits that are filed in the United States strictly due to the sheer amount of paperwork and evidence that needs to be submitted. Every state has their own stringent set of procedural rules and regulations with which process servers in Texas and across the country must unwaveringly comply. If these legal documents aren’t correctly and accurately filled in, then the court systems reserve the right to deem them inadmissible, which will undoubtedly delay the proceedings of your case. Hence, when it comes to filing a medical malpractice lawsuit, your best course of action is to hire an experienced process server such as the ones supplied by Professional Court Services (PCS).

Service of Process in Medical Malpractice Lawsuits

Many states mandate that before plaintiffs can file a medical malpractice lawsuit, they’re required to formally notify all parties involved, including all insurance companies and medical practitioners that’ll be named in the court proceedings. This is where professional process servers are necessary. They can take the pressure off of the individuals inciting the lawsuit and make sure that all of the documents are filled out properly, completely, and submitted on time within the right legal jurisdiction. Not only that, the hardworking and dedicated process servers at Professional Court Services will make sure that all potential defendants are notified of the impending lawsuit within the allotted deadline that each state requires (in Texas, it’s 60 days).

The Role of a Process Server in Medical Malpractice Cases

Another important step that’s involved in the process of filing a lawsuit is that the plaintiff must submit an official release of medical information form to each medical insurance provider and practitioner. Understandably, many regular citizens are unfamiliar with these rules and regulations and often rely on their legal representatives to complete these forms on their behalf. Of course, lawyers are usually preoccupied with other aspects of the case and turn to process servers in Texas and other states to complete these menial tasks for their clients.

After these forms have been submitted to the appropriate parties, the plaintiff and their legal team must wait for a response from the individuals who were served. After an official response is filed with the court, the plaintiff’s legal team then has a 120-day period to submit what’s known as an expert report. Basically, this means that the plaintiff needs to provide a written statement containing the opinion of a medical expert along with an authenticated list of their credentials regarding the case at hand. An experienced process server for a medical malpractice lawsuit can do all of this and more for you.

Areas Our Process Servers Can Serve and Deliver Legal Documents

  • Courts
  • Lawyers and law firms
  • Individuals located anywhere in the United States

Our Services for Medical Malpractice Lawsuits

Nationwide Process Servers in Texas

Professional Court Services is dedicated to providing compassionate and high-quality service of process to each and every one of our clients. We take the time to understand the specific nuances of your case and ascertain that all of your legal documents are up-to-date and properly submitted to your local court system. To learn more about how we can help with your medical malpractice case, please contact us today.



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