Supreme Court Recognizes Hospitals Must Protect Patients From Incompetent Doctors - Now What?
January 10, 2008
Reprinted with permission of the Minnesota Association for Justice, Winter 2008
In Larson v. Wasemiller, 738 N.W.2d 300 (Minn. 2007), the Minnesota Supreme Court recognized a new theory of recovery in medical negligence cases—a common law cause of action for negligent credentialing.
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