Examples of malpractice in a Sentence
a surgeon accused of malpractice
Doctors need to have malpractice insurance to protect themselves against lawsuits.
Recent Examples of malpractice from the Web
Under Michigan law, the family could have received an award of several hundred thousand dollars if lawyers had successfully argued medical malpractice.
In 2010, Davidson was briefly suspended by the California state bar for mishandling funds from a medical-malpractice settlement.
What fans most dislike, and what constitutes baseball malpractice, is consistent mediocrity — teams not talented enough to play in October but not bad enough to receive the right to draft the best young talent.
Joseph Siegelman is an attorney with The Cochran Firm, specializing in personal injury, product liability, medical malpractice and mass tort legislation, according to his biography on the firm's website.
Conservative bloggers and alternative media called out Dan Rather and his con-artist producer Mary Mapes for their malpractice.
Bombard was deposed on Jan. 19 as part of a medical-malpractice lawsuit filed by inmate Wayne World.
An attorney who fails to meet this standard can be sanctioned or face a malpractice lawsuit.
Historically, settlement-advance businesses have targeted personal injury and medical malpractice plaintiffs, many of them referred by their lawyers.
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