Survey maps malpractice law from sea to shining sea

, The National Law Journal


Scott Bertschi, a partner at Atlanta-based Arnall Golden Gregory, has the big-picture perspective on lawyers in trouble. He's just finished editing a survey of the laws governing attorney wrongdoing in every jurisdiction in the country.

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  • Lulaine

    Malpractice is a very serious charge and can result in a lot of money being lost over any kind of negligence. It is impossible to plan for every kind of scenario but most are avoidable or can be planned accordingly. There has to be an understanding no matter how cold that if a caregiver in any capacity does a bad job, it is up to the plaintiff to seek justice and get what they rightly deserve.

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