Medical malpractice claims require experts with the same specialty or subspecialty as the doctors being sued and being qualified to treat the same condition is not enough, the state Supreme Court rul
Plaintiffs cannot establish the standard of care through an expert who does not practice in the same medical specialties as the defendant physicians
N.J.S.A. 9:6-8.10 requires a doctor to report to DYFS injuries resulting from conduct that is reckless, or grossly or wantonly negligent, but not conduct that is merely negligent
A published appeals court decision that an emergency room doctor must stand trial for not telling child welfare authorities that a 2-year-old ingested cologne is making heads turn
...certified in family medicine," said Karla Donovan, of Princeton's Buckley Theroux Kline & Petraske. "He conceded he did not know how...
A New Jersey appeals court ruling on Thursday may spell bad news for businesses that contract with physicians and hospitals to staff emergency rooms and other treatment facilities
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