Any advice which is directive, conclusive and is likely to be followed is liable for professional negligence
A recent judgement of the Supreme Court in the state of Minnesota in the United States may have changed practice in the US. It has widened the scope under which a physician who has no patient-physician relationship might be sued for negligence.On April 17, 2019, in Warren v. Dinter, the court held that “a physician-patient relationship is not a necessary element of a claim for professional negligence. A physician owes a duty of care to a thi
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