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8 tips for navigating a medical malpractice case

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Malpractice suits are an unfortunate part of a physician’s career, so it’s imperative to know what to do.

Medical malpractice lawsuits are incredibly complex and can be a life-changing event for all involved.Emotions tend to run high with these sorts of situations, completely changing the way someone might react or make decisions. Therefore, it’s incredibly important for physicians to understand how malpractice suits work and what happens during the process.The following tips provide guidance on what to do - and not to do - when faced with a malpractice lawsuit.

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