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Loss of opportunity

Definition

Also called “loss of chance,” a theory that allows a plaintiff to recover from a defendant whose negligence caused the plaintiff a reduced chance of receiving a better outcome. This theory is typically used in medical malpractice misdiagnosis cases.

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