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Past medical expenses in a medical-malpractice case — should you introduce them? (Advocate Article)

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Date Published

July 1, 2011


Consumer Attorneys Association of Los Angeles


Damages, Medical Malpractice


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The collateral source rule doesn't apply so you must consider carefully whether or not to introduce the past medical expenses.

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William H. Newkirk
Law Offices of William H. Newkirk

William H. Newkirk is with the Law Offices of William Newkirk specializing in medical negligence, professional negligence and... Read More

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