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
But McAdoo is also a defendant in two open medical malpractice cases, also in Miami-Dade, including one in which Encore Plastic Surgery is a co-defendant.
Since 2007, Marin settled at least three separate malpractice cases, including one for failing to diagnose the cancer that eventually killed a patient.
Med malpractice cases also have a one-year statute of limitations.
Anyway, as Law360 reports, Lilja is currently going through a medical-malpractice trial in California, in a suit filed by a patient and her husband, Stephanie and John Sargiotto, who allege the doctor was negligent when treated her.
Failing to follow the standard of care opens prenatal caregivers to being sued for malpractice.
Doctors didn’t allow women to bring photographers into the delivery room, citing hospital policies and fearing malpractice suits.
Physicians are increasingly reluctant to prescribe opioids for pain, fearing government scrutiny or malpractice lawsuits.
The firm specializes in medical malpractice lawsuits.
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MALPRACTICE Defined for English Language Learners
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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