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  • #61
    Originally posted by CordMcNally View Post

    I'm not disagreeing with what you're saying but I'm guessing whoever is hiring you is the one with who you're agreeing with. If you're being hired by a side with which your expert opinion is contrary to their stance because that would be incredibly interesting and seems like that attorney would be out of work quickly.
    Yep. I agree with you on that.

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    • #62
      It should be a pretty clear and convincing case if you decide to work for the plaintiffs' bar. In which case, why isn't the hospital or the state medical board stepping in to correct this problem?

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      • #63
        Originally posted by Hank View Post
        It should be a pretty clear and convincing case if you decide to work for the plaintiffs' bar. In which case, why isn't the hospital or the state medical board stepping in to correct this problem?
        The reality is that I have never heard of a physician self assessing a penalty stroke. The hospital and medical board usually get involved after the fact and do nothing for the plaintiff. I agree with your point that it needs to be a pretty clear and convincing case. Just saying, that is how the system works.

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