Physicians Learn What to Expect from Malpractice Litigation

July 31, 2013

What physicians can expect when they are sued for malpractice is detailed in a video released today by The Doctors Company, the nation’s largest physician-owned medical malpractice insurer.

The video, the first in a series that will showcase actual claims, features Darlene M. Go, MD, a Fla.-based cardiologist with Orlando Heart Specialists.

Dr. Go discusses the claim that was made against her and how the support of her insurer throughout the entire process helped her win the case.

In the video, Dr. Go’s attorney, Richard S. Womble, of Rissman, Barrett, Hurt, Donahue & McLain, outlines why Dr. Go had a strong case. The video also features her claims specialist, Lisette Fernandez, who discusses the importance of selecting the best representation and top expert witnesses.

“Our extensive database of claims indicates that physicians, on average, spend over four years of a 40-year career fighting malpractice claims,” said Laura Curtin, vice president, claims compliance officer, The Doctors Company. “Since many physicians will face a malpractice suit sometime in their career, we are pleased to provide these firsthand accounts that detail what physicians experience and how The Doctors Company helps to achieve a successful outcome.”

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Source: The Doctors Company

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Latest Comments

  • August 1, 2013 at 2:41 pm
    peterleone says:
    First the Doctor's Company one of the most well run carriers in the professional liability market. And their prospective on what to expect is excellent. However physicians mus... read more
  • August 1, 2013 at 10:52 am
    Abel says:
    Just an FYI- See video if you like.
  • August 1, 2013 at 12:56 am
    Several years ago I got NAION. It was because of poor post-op follow up and overmedication. I contacted hundreds of attorneys and no one would even write back to me. Now I ... read more

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