Medical malpractice claims are more than an insignificant concern for both the medical and legal professions, particularly in terms of the proof problems presented. The authors suggest that by videotaping surgery, malpractice claims could be handled more justly and efficiently, and they investigate the feasibility of videotaping surgery.
J. D. Peters & Bernard J. Wilkes III,
Videotaping of Surgery for Use as Demonstrative Evidence in Medical Malpractice Litigation,
Duq. L. Rev.
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