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If I signed a waiver, does it mean I cannot take legal action against a doctor or hospital in case of injury or medical malpractice?

No, a patient cannot legally waive his or her right to bring a lawsuit against a doctor or hospital. Doctors and hospitals are required by law to execute consent forms for treatment with patients and these may disclose risks of the procedure but they do not bar a patient from filing a medical malpractice lawsuit.

The Illinois personal injury law firm of Phillips Law Offices has a recognized reputation as having aggressive, skilled, and determined representatives and advocates for injured individuals and their families.

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