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If there's more than one medical explanation for why I suffered injuries in my medical malpractice case, can I still win my case?


A: The law in New York does not require us to specifically identify which of two or more competing causes were the source of your injuries. As long as we can establish that it is 'more likely than not' that one of those explanations caused you harm, then we have established the evidence we need to have a jury evaluate your claim.