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Listen, Answer the Question, and Shut Up

  • April 20, 2017

Hiller Zobel, LLB, a retired judge and co-author of an updated book on doctors and the law, discusses with HealthLeaders Media how physicians can best help themselves when medical malpractice is alleged. Zobel’s book, Doctors & the Law, that he co-authors with Stephen N. Rous, MD, was published by CRICO in November 2016.


Judge Zobel says, “The general message to a doctor who’s sued is: Of course, you think the world is ending, but it really isn’t and things are better than you think.”

 

Citation for the Full-text Article

Ready T. Listen, Answer the Question, and Shut Up.  HealthLeaders MediaApril 20, 2017.

 

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