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Do you think they can really win a case of assault and battery? Do they have to go before a jury or just a judge? And it will probably be appealed if they do win, so it might take a while. I don't know enough about such things to know what kind of a chance they have.
But if they do win, that could really help. I mean, nobody can get insurance against an assault and battery lawsuit like you can against malpractice, right? So this could really scare a lot of doctors and hospitals out of doing circ's. It only takes one mistake, one unsigned consent form. Are the $ really worth the risk? I bet a bunch of them will think it's not.
Of course, that's assuming they can win this case. I really hope they can.
Ann-Marita. I deleted my usual signature due to, oh, wait, if I say why, that might give too much away.
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