Brain-damaged child: $30 million malpractice verdict

August 2008
Healthcare Risk Management;Aug2008, Vol. 30 Issue 8, special section p4
The article reports on the $30 million malpractice verdict against a hospital and an obstetrician due to the delaying of the cesarean operation, which resulted to the birth of a child with brain damage in Broward County, Florida.


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