Not too long ago, President Bush signed something which would protect the medical industry from being sued. What was that all about? Did he put a limit on the amount a person could sue?
These are my questions:
If a hospital, grossly neglects medical attention to a patient and because of that neglect, the patient may have died because of this neglect, can they still be sued? If after full investigation, it is found that the patient DID die because of the hospitals neglect, can a person sue?
If a person can sue, is there a limit to the amount of money the hospital can be sued for?
If all goes well, in about 3 weeks I'll be able to elaborate more as to why I need these questions answered.
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