The difference between evidence in medical malpractice trials & administrative licensure hearings

HOMEMedical Malpractice Legal BriefsThe difference between evidence in medical malpractice trials & administrative licensure hearings

The difference between evidence in medical malpractice trials & administrative licensure hearings

Legal Brief

Please note the significant difference between evidence in medical malpractice trials and administrative licensure hearings within most states: Administrative licensure hearings generally admit hearsay; while trial courts usually do not admit hearsay. Remember, an experienced healthcare law attorney can use this to your advantage as admission of hearsay; this works both ways. You may offer up hearsay evidence in your defense in most administrative licensure hearings as well as the State offering such evidence against you.

Until next week,

Larry Kobak
Lawrence F. Kobak, Esq.
Senior Counsel
LKobak@frierlevitt.com
516-410-2835
Frier Levitt
ATTORNEYS AT LAW

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