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Jury sides with podiatrist in wrongful death case

Discussion in 'USA' started by NewsBot, May 20, 2017.

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    Jury sides with podiatrist in wrongful death case
     
  2. DaVinci

    DaVinci Well-Known Member

    Interesting case.
    Good point of just how far should you need to go in those extraordinarily rare conditions in order to protect your butts.
     
  3. Jeff Carnett

    Jeff Carnett Member

    Everything taken from the body goes to a pathologist. In places where pods are not allowed to do this (law or insurance blocks) then I guess document clinical appearance to justify diagnosis.
     
  4. raun

    raun Active Member

    These are very rare to see things to happen. As long its improving conditions will definitely been done.
     
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