professional negligence


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professional negligence

n. See malpractice.

See: malpractice
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Also, the Office of the President of Afghanistan ARG wrote on Twitter, "Team findings reveal that seven high ranking officers including two generals committed professional negligence.
Jonathan Owen Ropewalk Chambers 'He has a broad practice encompassing professional negligence, contract enforceability and breach of fiduciary duties.
FUKUSHyMA (CyHAN)- Japan's prosecution committee will sue for professional negligence leading to death and injury in March 2011 Fukushima nuclear disaster against three former Tokyo Electric Power Company (TEPCO) senior executives on Friday, national media reported.
Paul Crowley & Co Solicitors fully understands that someone else's professional negligence can have dramatic and often long term effects on both you and your baby.
It became clear as the summit unfolded over the two days that the triggers to litigation in the healthcare context are primarily two-fold: medical malpractice and/or professional negligence and patient safety reasons.
Total quantity or scope: Lot 1 Employers Liability Insurance, Public Liability Insurance (including Officials Indemnity, Professional Indemnity and Professional Negligence and Libel and Slander) including claims handling.
com)-- Professional negligence claims against solicitors cost around [pounds sterling]250 million annually, notwithstanding the additional costs of defending claims.
If the Report is favourable, then you may have a claim against your surveyor for professional negligence.
The driver of a tour bus who caused a fatal accident on an expressway in April 2012 pleaded partially guilty of professional negligence Tuesday, saying he did not feel drowsy while at the wheel but had not had sufficient sleep.
Applebys, which specialises in personal injury, medical and professional negligence, hosted the solicitors to its offices at Westbourne Road, Marsh, where the students listened to a talk and took part in a question-and-answer session.
Jensen subsequently moved to dismiss the suit on the basis that the Estate's claims sounded in professional negligence and the complaint was not accompanied by the requisite expert affidavit.
In 2006, the Forensic Science Commission received a request from the Innocence Project, a New-York based clinic that seeks to exonerate wrongfully convicted people, to review the Willingham case for possible professional negligence and misconduct.

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