In this article, Ted Babbitt gives advice to doctors who find themselves in a lawsuit.

He says in his article: “While in years gone by, patients wouldn’t even consider suing “doc” when a medical error was made, today a radiologist, anesthesiologist and a dozen other specialists may never have met nor had any extensive conversation with a patient. Under these circumstances, when an error is made, a lawsuit is quick to follow.”

Ted suggests that doctors who find themselves in a medical malpractice lawsuit talk to no one except their lawyer or insurance representative and to hire their own lawyer. To read more of his advice, click here.