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This course provides a basic understanding of anatomy and the process of labor and delivery; the medical evidence created during the pregnancy and labor that will be necessary to establish liability; the post-delivery medical evidence that establishes the causative link between the health care provider’s negligence and the child’s injuries; and the evidence necessary to establish damages so that you maximize a full and complete recovery on behalf of your injured client.
Deborah J. Gander, Esq.
April 17, 2019
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