Does Failure to Disclose a Medical Error Amount to Liability?

Source: The Verdict – Issue 170 / Fall 2021
Author: Susanne Raab
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This is the final article in our 8-part series on medical malpractice litigation published in the Verdict law journal. In this article Susanne Raab reviews the physicians’ obligation to disclose to their patients when a medical error occurs in the provision of their health care, and also examines the consequences that flow from a failure to make these required disclosures.

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