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The Manufacturer Made Me Do It – One Claim By Negligent Surgeon Survives

California certainly breeds interesting cases. In the Chao case, available here, recently decided by a federal judge in the Southern District of California, the plaintiff was not an injured person. He was an orthopedic surgeon found to be negligent in his treatment of a patient by an arbitration panel, which awarded in excess of $2 million to the patient. The surgery was a hip replacement surgery during which the surgeon lacerated the patient’s femoral artery. Following the award, the orthopedic surgeon brought an indemnity action…
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