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The 10 states where you are most likely to get sued for malpractice

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Is your state one of the 10 states where you are most likely to get sued for malpractice

The lawyers at RP Legal Group have done an analysis of adverse action reports provided from the National Practitioner Databank to reveal which states have the highest rates of medical malpractice.

The NPDB describes an AAR as a tool to report any action taken against a physician, dentist or health care practitioner that indicates medical malpractice.

The findings revealed that between 2013 and 2023, there have been a total of 502,971 AARs filed across America.

Here are the 10 states where you are most likely to be sued for malpractice:
 

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