Time Cushion Sought for Medical Malpractice Cases in Nevada

March 21, 2011

  • March 21, 2011 at 3:44 pm
    Mark B. says:
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    I’d say I agree that an affidavit is necessary, but that’s not all. Another proposal in the medmal world is for experts from out of state be required to pass a certification before testifying. I think this is absolutely necessary, since laws are often differnt across state lines. http://www.equotemd.com/blog

  • March 22, 2011 at 12:02 pm
    Farah Khan says:
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    It seems that the affidavit is necessary if we are to indeed reduce frivolous medical malpractice claims, but still uphold our patients’ need to demand adequate care. The idea is not to make those who make claims frustrated with paperwork and running in law circles, but to fairly make requirements that reduce the number of claims that may not be needed; claims that increase costs of medicine for everyone. See ( http://www.equotemd.com/blog ) Tort reform in Nevada may be needed, but this is certainly a method that can be used to control an ever-rising medical malpractice lawsuit craze.



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