Medical Malpractice

Revisiting New York Case Law on Loss of Chance: Part 2

, New York Law Journal


Medical Malpractice columnists Thomas A. Moore and Matthew Gaier write: In addition to delays in diagnosing cancer, cases involving delays in diagnosing or treating cerebral vascular accidents such as strokes or bleeds commonly give rise to claims for loss of chance.

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