Leading defense lawyer addresses ‘anatomy of a med-mal case’ on ‘Top Docs Radio’  

Dan Huff, Esq. – one of Georgia’s leading health care trial attorneys – breaks down the ‘Anatomy of a Medical Malpractice Lawsuit’ and addresses some important dos and don’ts to help physicians avoid being sued and what steps they should take it they are sued on the latest episode of the Medical Association of Georgia’s (MAG) ‘Top Docs Radio’ show.

Huff discusses…

– How medical malpractice cases begin
– The most common reasons med-mal cases are filed
– Whether a bad outcome is considered malpractice
– The statute of limitations for med-mal in Georgia
– Whether medical records make a difference in med-mal cases
– When a med-mal case can be thrown out of court
– Whether juries understand the issues that are discussed in med-mal trials
– The evidence that is admissible in med-mal trials
– The cost associated with med-mal cases – and how long they last 
– The long-term effects of med-mal lawsuits  

Huff is a partner at Huff, Powell & Bailey, LLC. He has defended high-damage lawsuits – mostly medical malpractice lawsuits and claims – for nearly 30 years. He has represented defendants in more than 100 jury trials, and he has defended and successfully tried cases for every medical specialty and numerous hospitals. It is also worth noting that Huff has written articles for the Journal of the Medical Association of Georgia on a regular basis for more than 10 years. Contact Huff at dhuff@huffpowellbailey.com or 404.892.4022.

MAG sponsors two ‘Top Docs Radio’ episodes per month. Between downloads and live listeners, the program has reached more than 110,000 listeners – which includes people in all 50 states and 84 countries. 

MAG’s ‘Top Docs Radio’ show is supported with a grant from Health Care Research, a subsidiary of Alliant Health Solutions. 

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