A primary and urgent care physician was successfully exonerated of all charges in two unrelated cases, which together endangered his physician’s and surgeon’s certificate. Regarding the untimely death of a patient, Nelson Hardiman was able to show with expert testimony that there were no repeated or significant deviations from standard of care. Attorneys were also able to demonstrate that all charges of negligence were unwarranted. In the second incident, Nelson Hardiman was able to successfully defend their client from being found culpable for actions committed by another physician in his practice. The Medical Board of California has dismissed all charges.
Posted on December 8, 2010
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