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Seven Reasons Physicians Are Sued For Medical Malpractice in Connecticut
Seven Reasons Physicians Are Sued For Medical Malpractice in Connecticut

It is estimated 100,000 people die each year from medical errors caused by physicians alone. There are a number of reasons patients sue their doctors, but Dr. R.J. Roberts, of the University of Wisconsin Medical School, identified in his Family Practice Management article of ...

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