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    Negligence and Liability

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    What are the differences between negligence and liability? How do these terms apply specifically to medical practice?

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    In liability, specifically strict liability, the person who is hurt only needs to show that the harm was caused and that the defendant was responsible for whatever product or procedure caused the harm. This applies even if the defendant took every precaution and care possible to avoid injury from happening. This applies to products and procedures so dangerous that they are inherently dangerous and hold ...

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    What are the differences between negligence and liability are determined. How do these terms apply specifically to medical practice are given.

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