If you sue me, I can’t be your physician
The San Diego Reader, June 19, 2008
After going above and beyond to help a patient who suffered a complication from dental work, Jim Eichel, MD, was almost named in a lawsuit against the dentist, despite the objections from the patient. Although the patient ultimately decided to not go through with the suit, this article speaks volumes about the malpractice climate and the toll the process takes on physicians.
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