Clifford Law Offices offers these free articles to help educate people about subjects such as medical negligence
Chicago, IL (PRWEB) January 29, 2009
What happens if the spouse of a victim of medical negligence also suffers harm as a result of the negligence of medical personnel? Under some circumstances, the negligence of a medical caregiver can be transferred to the spouse of the party who was the direct victim of medical negligence.
The nationally renowned personal injury lawyer, Robert Clifford of Chicago, wrote about this complex area of medical malpractice and negligence in, Does Negligence toward a Husband Transfer to a Wife?
In this article, originally appearing in the Chicago Lawyer, Clifford identifies the important factors that a court reviews to determine if negligence can be transferred and the public policy that the court is seeking to uphold in its determination. Clifford uses the tragic story of Richard Street and the court case surrounding the murder of his wife to demonstrate the courts' handling of the issue.
"Clifford Law Offices offers these free articles to help educate people about subjects such as medical negligence," says Robert A. Clifford, Founder.
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