Medicine on Trial

Real Malpractice Cases is a series that recounts real-life clinical situations—some of which you or physicians you know may have encountered—that resulted in lawsuits. These cases are intended to offer valuable lessons on how to prevent a lawsuit and what you might expect if you get sued. Articles are from Medicine on Trial, Second Edition, a compilation of more than 80 real-life, litigated cases and the “Case of the Month” online series. Each case study includes commentary from Gordon Ownby, General Counsel of the Cooperative of American Physicians, Inc.

 

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