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Fraudulent Concealment by Nonfeasance as an Exception to the Statute of Repose

By Alex Stein As a general rule, malpractice suits against physicians and hospitals must be filed within the repose period that starts running on the day of the alleged malpractice. Expiration of that period kills the plaintiff’s suit regardless of whether she was … Continue reading

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