|Litigation and Legislation; 2014; 146:399-401|
Think about it. No more worries about patients suing you. No more having to undergo the stresses associated with civil litigation. No more having to take an untold number of days out of the office to defend yourself. No more wondering what a jury will decide. Maybe this really is the other way to skin the cat.
Is an arbitration agreement the answer to your problems? Or, are you just trading one set of complications for another?
Larry Jerrold explains, in the month's Litigation and Legislation column.