Reviewing Medical Malpractice Cases for a Plaintiff's Attorney: Heresy or Responsibility
Brown, O. William
Journal of Vascular Surgery 2010 April; 51(4): 1054-5
Many physicians refuse to provide an expert review of a medical malpractice case for a plaintiff's attorney. They consider it to be "sleeping with the enemy". However, one method of avoiding frivolous suits is for reputable vascular surgeons to provide an honest and thorough review of the care provided to a patient by another vascular surgeon. This article discusses the importance and some guidelines for providing these reviews.
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