Malpractice describes the negligent conduct of a professional, which causes injury to a client of that professional, or sometimes injury to relatives or people in privacy with the client. This may arise in the context of medical treatment (medical malpractice), legal representation (legal malpractice), accounting or tax services (accountant malpractice), or in any other transaction between a regulated professional and a consumer.
Brief articles about online medical research, with links.
Summaries of medical malpractice laws for each U.S. state.
Information about the federal Emergency Medical Treatment and Active Labor Act, also known as the patient anti-dumping law, including the statute, case reports, regulations, articles, and frequently asked questions, from a Michigan law firm.
Resource for establishing the liability of managed health care organizations and nursing facilities for negligent care.
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