Straight talk on medical malpractice

separating fact from fiction
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The Association , [Washington, DC]
Medical personnel -- Malpractice -- United States, Insurance, Malpractice -- United S
StatementAssociation of Trial Lawyers of America
ContributionsAssociation of Trial Lawyers of America
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Straight talk on medical malpractice: separating fact from fiction. [Association of Trial Lawyers of America.;]. Phone: Fax: South Carolina Personal Injury Lawyers and Family Law Attorneys At the Rosen Law Firm, we represent families and individuals in the Charleston area and throughout the state of South Carolina who have issues or problems involving personal injury law, medical malpractice, family law, and other legal practice areas.

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In The Medical Malpractice Trial, Michael Koskoff and Sean McElligott teach you how to successfully select, prepare, and resolve medical malpractice cases. With easy-to-understand lessons that you can put into practice right away, Koskoff and McElligott sharp-shoot specific topics and common issues.

They provide a thor. The premise of medical malpractice law in Massachusetts is fairly straightforward: a health care provider who is negligent must compensate the victims of his or her negligence.

The concept seems simple enough; any person who injures another due to carelessness should be held accountable to the victim, whether a medical professional or otherwise.