The AAJ Professional Negligence Section facilitates the exchange of information for AAJ members handling medical negligence cases. While the Section focuses primarily on medical negligence cases , it also covers litigation on a variety of other negligence cases, including those involving lawyers, dentists, therapists, clergy, and accountants.
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The Professional Negligence Law Reporter covers the latest legal developments concerning negligence by health care providers, accountants, lawyers, securities brokers, and many other professionals. It features verdicts, settlements, and court decisions; news stories; articles by practitioners; and links to recent articles published in the media and scholarly journals. A subscription includes six print issues per year and a monthly e-newsletter.
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BIRTH INJURY: CEREBRAL PALSY AND INTRAPARTUM HYPOXIA»
FAILURE TO DIAGNOSE A PULMONARY EMBOLISM»
FETAL DISTRESS SIGNS AND FAILURE TO TIMELY PERFORM A CESAREAN SECTION»
MEDICARE AND MEDICAID REIMBURSEMENT CLAIMS SURVIVAL GUIDE»
---Professional Negligence Section Free CLE Paper---
The Professional Negligence Section CLE paper below is free to all Professional Negligence Section members. This paper was presented by Howard L. Nations in July 2010, at the AAJ Annual Convention in Vancouver, BC.
Storytelling With Technology
Anatomic Charts and Dols Predicate:
1) The chart or doll depicts a certain part(s) of the human body. 2) The witness is familiar with that body part(s) and explains tbe basis for his or her familiarity. 3) In the witness's opinion, the chart drawing or do11 is an accurate depiction of the body partls)...to read the entire CLE paper for free click here ».