Medical Battery

Medical Battery
in a civil medical malpractice suit, it’s necessary for the patient to prove that the physician

A) had no relationship with the patient
B) conspired with other personnel
C) was guilty of negligence in the past ( i think it’s this one?)
D) breached his or her duty to the patient

While using an acidic solution to remove cancer lesions from a patient’s face, Dr.Smith accidentally drips the solitions into the patient’s eye, causing a severe burn. The patient sues Dr. Smith for medical malpractice and
A)intentional tort C) battery
B) assault D) negligence

4) in a medical malpractice case, a physician must give testimony at a deposition thats part of the________ process.

A) confidentiality C) appeal
B) trial D) discovery

D

D

D

The People’s Court- “Not Coming Through” [Bar brawl turns into bloated medical bill!]