As state and federal legislators push to immunize more health care workers from liability, lawyers who practice in medical malpractice still anticipate lawsuits—but not anytime soon.

Legislators in New York, New Jersey and Michigan have issued executive orders or passed legislation in the past weeks that protect doctors, nurses and other hospital staff from lawsuits. Proposed federal legislation would do the same in certain circumstances.

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