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
The firm's website also listed other verdicts and settlements, among them a $3 million settlement in a 2000 medical malpractice suit against Cook County Hospital and a $3.1 million verdict in a medical negligence that same year against the county.
Ochsner has a PR bruise to heal after seeing two of its staff members sacked in national headlines for essentially malpractice.
The McFarlands will now receive $3.25 million in a malpractice suit against their adoption lawyer, WHO-TV reports.
Senators also seek to siphon $200 million from a state fund that provides insurance for doctors who have difficulty finding medical malpractice insurance elsewhere.
The court also referenced two similar medical-malpractice cases in Portugal in which men in their 50s had been awarded significantly greater damages.
Meanwhile, Trump has gone from arguing that there was no collusion to explaining that not exploring a partnership with the Russian government would have been political malpractice.
Certainly, allowing senior officials, including the vice president and president, to make blanket denials of any contact with Russians represents close to malpractice for those who knew about it.
McConnell spent the July 4 congressional recess committing malpractice as Senate majority leader.
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Definition of malpractice for English Language Learners
law : careless, wrong, or illegal actions by someone (such as a doctor) who is performing a professional duty
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