Every decision carries with it an implied threat of malpractice litigation.
But to try to divine what a court may do in a complicated legal case borders on malpractice.
For one, malpractice issues are unclear, since standard policies cover only FDA-approved therapies.
Indeed, he said, if a doctor did give someone Phenobarbital for a seizure, he could be sued for malpractice.
It was not a surveillance device that could betray intrusion or malpractice on the flight deck.
Upon inquiry I found the lawyer was but just disbarred for some malpractice; and the discovery added excessively to my disquiet.
This is so important that its voluntary omission is malpractice.
And been suspected of the malpractice myself if he'd found it out?
I thought there should in truth be heavy damages for malpractice on human souls.
In cases of malpractice Dr. Delamater was the especial dread of the attorney whose side he did not favor.
malpractice mal·prac·tice (māl-prāk'tĭs)
Improper or negligent treatment of a patient, as by a physician, resulting in injury, damage, or loss.
Mistakes or negligent conduct by a professional person, especially a physician, that results in damage to others, such as misdiagnosis of a serious illness. Damaged parties often seek compensation by bringing malpractice suits against the offending physician or other professional.