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Medical Malpractice Resource Links
National Patient Safety Foundation
The NPSF website features information about patient safety.
U.S. Agency for Health Care Research & Quality
Provides information and links about patient safety, tips for patients and other general health information.
Information about the delivery of safe, high-quality patient care, provided by Joint Commission International.
Medical Liability/Medical Malpractice Laws
A chart summarizing state medical malpractice laws, provided by the National Conference of State Legislatures.
Medical Malpractice News
Medical malpractice news provided by the American Association for Justice.
Medical News Today - Medical Malpractice/Litigation News
Up-to-date medical malpractice news and litigation news articles, including news about lawsuits, legislation, compensation claims, pharmaceutical company disputes and more.
Insurance Information Institute - Medical Malpractice
Information about medical malpractice and insurance.
Tort Law: An Overview
Information and resources about tort law provided by the Legal Information Institute (LII) at the Cornell Law School.
Information and resources about malpractice provided by the Legal Information Institute (LII) at the Cornell Law School.
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