malpractice suit

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malpractice suit

n (US: Jur, Med) Strafverfolgung wegen Verletzung der Berufspflichten; to bring a malpractice suit against a surgeoneinen Chirurg wegen eines Kunstfehlers vor Gericht bringen
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ProMutual Group is representative of a carrier who provides emotional support to physicians involved in a malpractice suit.
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Accordingly, the court held that the patient was not required to comply with the requisite notice, which must be filed before a patient cain file a medical malpractice suit under Florida law.
Your best defense in any malpractice suit, whether the patient is English speaking or not, is documented records of steps taken to provide the standard of care and to assure the patient understands and agrees to the treatment and post-treatment requirements.
In the worst case, a potential malpractice suit, lawyers will review all correspondence and reports from the CPA to determine if there was even an implication that specific results would be obtained.
According to a malpractice suit going through Brooklyn Supreme Court, other alleged errors included Walsh's CAT scan being placed backwards in the operating-room shadow box.
The doctors organized to oust him in a nasty campaign that would foreshadow the tenor of the battle over malpractice suit caps two years later, According to Risovich wad people in the local medical community, during the 2000 judicial race, anonymous flyers appeared on the windshields of cars at the local supermarket, accusing Risovich of beating his wife and being a racist.
AN American legal firm that was forced to pay EUR32million to an Irish company in a malpractice suit is to appeal the case.
According to the malpractice suit filed by his family, the man, then 52 and a resident of Ritto, Shiga Prefecture in western Japan, underwent a medical procedure at the Shiga University of Medical Science hospital after the hospital's doctors diagnosed him to be suffering from an aneurysm in the brain.
Perhaps I am more sensitive to the implications of medicine's silent war against its prolife members because of several personal experiences, the last of which compelled me to leave my most recent position at a university-affiliated family medicine practice rather than risk a malpractice suit for wrongful birth because of my refusal to complete an abortion initiated by another physician.