From Doctor to Defendant: Honesty, — the best policy (Part 2 of 4)

TELL THE TRUTH. We begin by being honest with our defense counsel. Protected by the lawyer-client privilege, we can speak about our medical malpractice lawsuit openly and without fear. The mutual uncertainty of regard in our first meeting may lead us to withhold, for the moment, or to gloss over some of the less-than-flattering information…
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From Doctor to Defendant: A Tough Transition (Part 1 of 4)

DECIDE TO BE A GOOD DEFENDANT. It takes work to learn how to become good defendants. We cannot change the event that has occurred in which contemporaneous, and presumably accurate, documentation exists. Although lawsuits may not change the basic facts of, or our feelings about, the precipitating event, they do intensify and extend our focus…
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