Express sympathy without receiving a malpractice lawsuit

December 2017
Medical Economics;12/10/2017, Vol. 94 Issue 23, p6
Trade Publication
The article discusses the U.S. Court rules permit testimony to a jury of an "admission" by a party to the malpractice lawsuit during the course of events, however States statues prohibit the admission into evidence at trial of a physician's expression of sympathy over the patient's plight.


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