Friday, December 28, 2012

Veterinary Malpractice

On November 14, 2012, in PetPro, blog John Thompson, wrote a very good blog on the fast developing area of veterinary medical malpractice law.  While his blog post does not specifically mention errors relating to compounded drugs this type of error could clearly fit within a veterinary medical malpractice claim under the appropriate facts and circumstances.  John Thompson's blog begins:

Veterinary medical malpractice is becoming a topic that is being discussed and debated more and more as time goes by. This has been exacerbated by the fact that some states are beginning to treat pets as members of the family rather than property of the family in malpractice lawsuits. This change essentially means that families suing for veterinary malpractice won’t be limited in the monetary awards for the market value of the pet, but for sentimental value which exceeds the payouts of market value by a vast margin.
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