Professional Patient Relationship

Understanding the Exculpatory Clause

    Understanding the Exculpatory Clause
An exculpatory clause comes from the latin "culpa" which means fault or blame.  It is thus that an exculpatory clause is present in an agreement in order to absolve a
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Express & Implied Contracts from a Physician

When patients begins treatment under a health care professional, they form a contract between themselves and the medical professional. The contract formed therein is legally binding and is condition subsequent
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Facts About Liability of Physicians in Institutions

A physician practicing in a medical institution such as a hospital or office shares malpractice liability with the facility in which he or she practices. Physicians in institutions are covered
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A Look At Specific Promises of Cure Contracts

Medical laws regarding doctor patient contracts have changed over the years, dating back to the nineteenth century when medical malpractice suits became regulated by local courts. Generally, courts look to
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The Professional Patient Overview

Express & Implied Contracts from a Physician:When a patient begins treatment under a health care professional, he or she forms a contract between him or herself and the medical professional.
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