Medical Liability Reform: Expert Witness Certification: H.B. 1545 (2013)
States that in an action for medical liability, the court, upon
States that in an action for medical liability, the court, upon showing good cause, may conduct an in camera review of the opinion obtained by the plaintiff of an expert witness who certified that the defendant deviated from the applicable standard of care and the deviation was the proximate cause of the injuries claimed.
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