Earlier this week, an Emergency Medicine Physician’s medical license was successfully defended by Nelson Hardiman attorneys. The doctor was accused by the Medical Board of repeated negligent acts and failure to maintain adequate records regarding the care and treatment of two unrelated patients. Nelson Hardiman demonstrated through expert testimony, and third party records corroborating the doctors adherence to standard of care given presenting symptoms, that the doctor was innocent of repeated negligent acts and did in fact maintain adequate records. No disciplinary action against the doctor’s Physician’s and Surgeon’s certificate was taken and the accusation dismissed.
Posted on October 5, 2009
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