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Blog Posts in August, 2006

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  • Proving a Medical Malpractice Case in Nevada - Part II
    Proving a Medical Malpractice Case in Nevada - Part II

    This blog I will continue with Nevada Supreme Court case selections that pertain to proving medical malpractice claims in Nevada. As always, when I list holdings from multiple cases, selections are ...

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  • Proving a Medical Malpractice Claim in Nevada - Part I
    Proving a Medical Malpractice Claim in Nevada - Part I

    Last blog, I listed an excerpt from my new book that included many fact situations that give rise to medical malpractice claims in Nevada. This blog I will concentrate on those cases that discuss ...

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  • Nevada Medical Malpractice Fact Patterns - Part II
    Nevada Medical Malpractice Fact Patterns - Part II

    Here are further case facts from some of Nevada's most notable medical malpractice cases: Common-law professional medical standard for informed consent, rather than a patient-oriented standard of ...

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  • Nevada Medical Malpractice Fact Patterns - Part I
    Nevada Medical Malpractice Fact Patterns - Part I

    Here are facts from some of Nevada's most notable medical malpractice cases: Plaintiff underwent surgery for treatment to his shoulder, but suffered an injury to his brain, causing his vegetative ...

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  • U.S. Supreme Court Limits the Need for Medicaid Reimbursement
    U.S. Supreme Court Limits the Need for Medicaid Reimbursement

    The following excerpt comes from ATLA: ATLA in motion: CCL report July 2006 | Volume 42, Issue 7 The U.S. Supreme Court handed injured plaintiffs a significant victory on May 1, ruling unanimously to ...

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  • The Elements of a Medical Malpractice Claim in Nevada
    The Elements of a Medical Malpractice Claim in Nevada

    Here are the elements of a medical malpractice claim in Nevada: 1. Defendant physician, hospital or employee of a hospital, failed, in rendering services, to use the reasonable care, skill or ...

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