Examples of malpractice in a Sentence
a surgeon accused of malpractice
Doctors need to have malpractice insurance to protect themselves against lawsuits.
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According to Piedmont Medical Center, Nosacka practiced law for several years in the areas of medical malpractice and criminal defense.
Judgments against doctors for malpractice are limited to reasonably foreseeable and demonstrable damages, thereby reducing insurance costs.
And Jahner was essentially charged with malpractice.
But privacy is less of an issue than the very real trouble that political malpractice and the wheels of justice pose for the entire Trump White House and the two of them.
Since late July, malpractice lawsuits against Gerard Stanley, Jr. — who is only board-certified in family medicine, not plastic surgery — have piled up.
Nearly 85 percent said the reason for overtreatment was fear of malpractice suits, but that fear is probably exaggerated, the authors say.
Experts versed in the issue contend that only an accounting scenario based in scientific malpractice can show otherwise.
After the law took effect, the number of malpractice lawsuits filed annually in New Castle County dropped from 82 to 67.
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