Orthopaedic liability: The plaintiff’s perspective

By Paul A. Manner, MD, and Elliot G. Budashewitz, JD

An Interview with a Personal Injury Lawyer

Editor’s Note: One aspect of medical liability that frequently is not fully explored is the perspective of the plaintiff’s attorney. In the interests of closing the gap between the orthopaedic surgeon and the plaintiff, Paul Manner, MD, a member of the AAOS Medical Liability Committee, asked Elliot Budashewitz, a personal injury attorney, to comment on and respond to several questions and concerns.

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