A liability claim--what to expect; from initiation to resolution

Carey, P.F.
March 2001
Journal of the Canadian Chiropractic Association;Mar2001, Vol. 45 Issue 1, p53
Academic Journal
Illustrates the intricacies of a liability claim against a chiropractic practice in Canada. Serving of a writ of summons to the chiropractor; Chiropractor's report of the potential or actual claim to the Canadian Chiropractor Protective Association (CCPA); Management of the legal events for the chiropractor by the CCPA and legal representatives; Demonstration of the arguments from both the plaintiff and the dependant.


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