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Litigating Causation Issues in Tennessee Healthcare Liability Cases -
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In a healthcare liability action, the plaintiff has the burden of proving that as a proximate result of a negligent act or omission, they suffered injuries which would not otherwise have occurred. Regardless of if you represent the plaintiff or the defendant, you should always evaluate causation on the front end of the case and as the case progresses. Why?
The causation element of a healthcare liability claim can make or break the case.
If your practice involves healthcare liability, invest just one hour to learn, from the convenience of your office, important ways to use causation to pursue or defend healthcare liabilty claims.
Using real-world cases and Tennessee decisions, seasoned attorney Chris Tardio will explain:
- Basic law
- Examples of typical fact patterns:
- Radiology/delayed diagnosis case
- Birth trauma case
- Informed consent case
- Miscommunication case
- Superseding, intervening cause
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About Your Presenter:
Gideon, Cooper & Essary, PLC
Chris Tardio, with Gideon, Cooper & Essary, PLC, in Nashville, has been representing healthcare providers and entities since 2004 in a wide variety of matters. He has represented the largest healthcare companies in the world, medical groups and clinics across the state, and individual physicians from Bristol to Memphis, in virtually all types of matters in federal court, state court, and administrative tribunals.
Mr. Tardio has extensive experience defending hospitals, physicians, and other healthcare providers in virtually all kinds of professional negligence cases, from pre-suit investigation through trial and appeal. He has represented healthcare companies and providers in disputes with federal agencies, state boards, and insurance companies. He has successfully represented parties on both sides of peer review matters – the physician side and the hospital side. He has special interest and experience representing healthcare providers in the most complex of cases, including multi-district litigation and complex birth injury litigation. He has defended birth injury cases in a dozen counties and three different states. He has actively participated in almost a dozen healthcare-related jury trials and administrative trials, including over a half-dozen complex multi-week trials. He has successfully argued appellate matters to Tennessee’s state courts of appeals and to the federal Sixth Circuit.