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Discuss how physician malpractice suits can be decreased. How can a doctor be sued for malpractice? What current practices do doctors perform in order to avoid law suits? What are the impacts of these practices? How can one check for any malpractice suit against a doctor?

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One of the primary ways by which physician malpractice suits can be decreased, is by reducing the scope of the injuries that can be attributed to the physician's actions and or failure to act in a given circumstance. This essentially means that not all of the detrimental results of a physician's actions are foreseeable, and that a physician may have followed all of the guidelines for a successful procedure, and detrimental results still occur, and in these instances physicians ...

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