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Medical malpractice litigation

Medical malpractice litigation

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Published by Practising Law Institute in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Medical personnel -- Malpractice -- United States.,
  • Trial practice -- United States.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementJohn J. Bower, Lee Goldsmith, cochairmen.
    SeriesLitigation course handbook series ; no. 90
    ContributionsBower, John J., Goldsmith, Lee S., Practising Law Institute.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsKF2905.3 .M43
    The Physical Object
    Pagination264 p. :
    Number of Pages264
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16217881M
    LC Control Number76046739

    "Notice of Intention to File" a D.C. Medical Malpractice Lawsuit. An injured patient who wants to file a medical malpractice lawsuit in D.C. must usually notify the prospective defendant health care provider at least 90 days before filing the case in the district's courts, according to D.C. Code section Health Law Research Guide: Medical Malpractice A gateway to online resources, including federal, state, and international health law, health law topics, legal and medical journals and newsletters, legal and medical agencies and organizations, and relevant discussion groups.

    The History of Medical Malpractice. In Roman times, medical practitioners were expected to follow certain standard of care. By the s, laws concerning medical malpractice were enacted throughout Europe. In the s, medical malpractice lawsuits reached the United States. However, malpractice suits became much more common following the s. Table of Contents Chapter 1: A Brief History of Civil Liability for Professional Malfeasance Chapter 2: The Development of Malpractice Law Chapter 3: Medical Malpractice Law and Litigation Chapter 4: Risk Management Issues in the Health Care Industry Chapter 5: The Role of Insurance in Medical Malpractice Claims Part II: Anatomy of a Lawsuit: The Medical Malpractice Case Price: $

      This textbook is about the law of medical malpractice and how to prevent a malpractice lawsuit. It grew out of an earlier book covering medical negligence in Singapore. The book's primary goal is to provide a clear and simple explanation of the American law of medical malpractice, informed consent and risk management. Buy Medical Malpractice: Checklists and Discovery, 3d at Legal Solutions from Thomson Reuters. Get free shipping on law : Clark Boardman Callaghan.


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