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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Other data tracked by EHRs such as the length of time a physician spends on various tasks may also be at issue in a medical malpractice suit.
The girls' parents have filed a medical malpractice suit against a hospital and health care providers.
While the end result to dismiss the patient was achieved, the statute of limitations for a possible malpractice suit had not fully run.
The study, which looked at data from nearly 41,000 physicians, estimated that the average physician spends nearly 11% of his or her career facing an open malpractice suit.
The panels, which under state law consist of a former judge, attorney and a physician or two, are formed whenever a malpractice suit is initiated, and they spend roughly a day reviewing malpractice disputes.
A New York judge has tossed a $10 million malpractice suit against Greenberg Traurig.
Percentage of surgeons experiencing these symptoms Malpractice suit No suit in in last 2 years last 2 years Burnout 31.
I really think that a strict emphasis on legalities and having people sign forms will get you nowhere, and it won't really protect you if someone decides to go after you in terms of a malpractice suit.
In contrast to all companies cited in an AAER or malpractice suit, there have been an increasing number of AAERs and lawsuits for companies issuing restatements.
The records were necessary to determine whether the hospital breached its duty, and whether the breach made it impossible for Gordon to pursue her suit against the hospital as well as any other party, and whether the breach made it impossible for her to pursue the malpractice suit she had initiated against the hospital as well as any she might have against any physician or other health care provider, in addition to the hospital.
While the court recognized that evidence of financial gain might not be admissible in the ordinary medical malpractice suit, it pointed out that this was not the ordinary medical malpractice suit.
On November 10, 2009, the Illinois Appellate Court, First District, affirmed the decision of the Circuit Court of Cook County finding, in a legal malpractice suit, that the contingent fee arrangement between the parties was not void, and that jurisdiction over the malpractice claim rested exclusively with the federal courts.