Yes, an autopsy is needed for a medical malpractice case because it is a substantial amount of evidence that can prove and win your case. You should get the best possible private autopsy as it will assist you in wining your case. Often times, without a private, independent autopsy, it can be difficult to prove and win your case, especially if there was no autopsy taken at all or if the autopsy was performed by the hospital or county medical examiner.
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