Recently, there have been a slew of stories in the media highlighting instances involving sexual assault while a patient is under anesthesia or sedated. Many of these stories involve medical doctors, dentists, or anesthesiologists who committed these heinous crimes against their own patients. ... Continue Reading
Spoliation of evidence is the destruction or failure to preserve evidence within the possession, custody or control of a party after that party ... Continue Reading
January 02, 2014 BY Matthew Jones | Professional Malpractice and Healthcare Litigation
Incidents that involve an alleged criminal act often times give rise to a subsequent civil lawsuit brought by the victim. However, because ... Continue Reading
The fastest and most effective way for a party to lose an otherwise defensible case is to be sanctioned for spoliating evidence. In Georgia, spoliation is defined as the ... Continue Reading
The facts are routine – a set of circumstances you know well. An accident of some sort occurs, let's say a car accident, the claim is reported ... Continue Reading
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