Foot Drop: How to Know if You Have a Case

Foot drop refers to an inability to point or flex the foot and often appears as a postoperative complication. But the majority of the time, it isn’t due to any surgical error or deviation from the standard of care.

This is what makes foot drop a tricky malpractice topic. How do you know when there is a case?

In this white paper, Dr. Jason Strachan discusses the red flags attorneys should look out for when reviewing a prospective foot drop matter and how to know when there’s merit for a medical malpractice suit.

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Foot Drop: How to Know if You Have a Case

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