In medical-malpractice cases — or any type of legal case for that matter — the divide between plaintiff and defense is as wide as a football field. You’re taught from day one in law school that the opposing counsel is the enemy and in order to win the case for your client, you must treat the other side as such. But when it comes to medical-malpractice cases, what if it were different? What if both sides could work together presuit to define and clarify the issues that exist between the patient and the health-care provider?
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