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July 11, 2012

NH’s early offer med-mal law could be a model for others

In the New York Post, Walter Olson encourages doctors to “look northeast” for a way to improve the medical malpractice process.  New Hampshire recently adopted a voluntary early offer system for claims that could be faster and easier that litigation.  “Nothing like it has been tried anywhere,” writes Olson, “but if it works, imitators are sure to follow.”

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