The US claims that over $13.7 billion has been claimed by individuals in the medical negligence claims process.
The number of claims filed in 2017 has doubled from 2014, but the total is still expected to rise, according to a report from the nonprofit group Government Accountability Office.
The group estimates that medical negligence is a $17.8 billion industry.
There are currently about 12 million claims pending in the US.
The total number of Americans who have been injured due to medical negligence has doubled over the past decade.
This includes people who have died and people who suffered serious injuries or even died.
The average amount of damages awarded is $4,800.
There is no set amount of money for people who were injured due the negligence of healthcare workers or healthcare facilities.
In some states, a medical negligence claim can be awarded in a lawsuit in which the patient was not a party.
In other states, the amount can be reduced to less than $500.
The most expensive claim in 2017 was the $13,400 award to a woman in Texas who was seriously injured when she fell and hit her head on a table.
The case is now on appeal to the US Supreme Court.
A third-party insurer sued in the case in which a woman fell and injured her head in a hotel room and received a $3,000 settlement.
There have been a number of other cases involving medical negligence, but this is the largest one to date.
The amount of medical negligence compensation is currently $1.5 million.
The majority of the medical liability claims are filed by individuals.
This figure has increased over time, according the GAO.
Some of the most expensive medical negligence cases have been filed by healthcare companies.
The largest medical negligence insurer is UnitedHealth Group, which has a business of providing health insurance to Americans.
It has about $15.7 trillion in assets.
UnitedHealth has also been named in numerous lawsuits by individuals for medical liability, including the $2.3 billion judgment against former US Secretary of Health and Human Services Tom Price for failing to act when a patient was admitted to a hospital with a suspected blood clot.
The company has said that it will pay out an average of $3.6 million for each of the approximately 8,000 medical negligence lawsuits filed.
The GAO also says that medical insurers often make mistakes.
They may have a medical liability claim for negligence related to a service that the insured should have been able to provide, such as emergency treatment.
This may be because of the risk the patient posed to themselves or others.
But these are not the only mistakes medical insurers may make.
Many medical insurers are not required to document the mistakes that are made in their liability claims.
For example, the medical insurers in the United States have failed to disclose to customers the number of patients who have filed claims for malpractice because they were injured during an emergency, which can include a life-threatening injury.
Some medical insurers, like UnitedHealth, have been criticized for making claims for injuries that are not warranted, such the claim that a man fell on his back, resulting in a broken collarbone and a permanent disability.
The cost of medical malpractice claims are often not reported, according a GAO report.
The medical malprision settlement fund is a collection of $4.3 trillion in healthcare liabilities and claims.
These are often large claims, such in the millions of dollars.
This is a large pool of medical liability that could be used to pay claims in other types of cases, such wrongful death, personal injury, and wrongful death in office.