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Medical Malpractice Litigation

Evidence that Patient Consented to Treatment After Being Informed of the Risks of that Treatment is Irrelevant in a Medical Negligence Case

In March 2015, the Pennsylvania Supreme Court issued an opinion and order in the case of Brady v. Urbas, No. 74 MAP 2014. In that case, the plaintiff in that case had undergone four unsuccessful podiatric surgeries over a two year period to correct a “hammer toe”...