Plenty of interesting settlement statistics drawn from the National Practitioner Data Bank by a new publication calling itself MedMal Reporter (PDF) (via Maryland Injury Lawyer Blog, who says that the report "answers the questions I have always wondered about: whether gender matters (it does not), and what is the optimal age of a plaintiff with respect to settlement/trial value of the case (30-39).")
"What determines malpractice payments?"
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