Pennsylvania Appellate Court Rules Evidence Of Risks And Complications Of Surgical Procedure Irrelevant In Medical Malpractice Claim


In its unpublished opinion filed on March 29, 2017, the Superior Court of Pennsylvania (“Appellate Court”) ruled that it was error for the trial court to have allowed the defense to introduce evidence of the known risks and complications of a surgical procedure Read More [Read More ] Source: Medical Malpractice and Personal Injury Blog
http://www.drgleesonlaw.com/pennsylvania-appellate-court-rules-evidence-of-risks-and-complications-of-surgical-procedure-irrelevant-in-medical-malpractice-claim/

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Pennsylvania Appellate Court Rules Evidence Of Risks And Complications Of Surgical Procedure Irrelevant In Medical Malpractice Claim

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