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Can they yes, does that mean that they are correct? No. It is in the best interest of the insurance company when the facts are not conclusive to find that it was related to something that does not cost them more money. You can still file a medical malpractice claim if you believe that the death was related to the medical care in question. You will need to retain an attorney to assess your claim and that attorney will have to hire an expert in the related field that can be very costly. Since this will be a wrongful death claim, then damages can be very high, which means you possible claim could be quite valuable which is not in the nest interests of the insurance company. My main area of expertise is medical malpractice so I have a lot of experience in this field.
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