Doctors: 'I'm Sorry' Doesn't Mean 'I'm Liable'



At least 36 states have adopted laws that generally bar physicians' expressions of compassion or sympathy about pain, suffering, or the death of a patient to a patient or family as an admission of liability in medical malpractice suits. It's a start, say two industry groups.


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