MEDICAL MALPRACTICE: Superior Court dismisses action for lack of §52-190a compliance:

10/31/2016 | Kathryn M. Cunningham
kmcunningham@jacksonokeefe.com

Category: Medical Malpractice

Kathryn M. Cunningham

The plaintiff’s medical malpractice action was dismissed where the required written opinion of a similar healthcare provider did not meet the requirements of §52-190a.  The plaintiff was pursuing a dental malpractice action.  Although the plaintiff provided a certificate of good faith as required by that statute and a written medical opinion, the medical opinion did not indicate whether the opinion writer was licensed to practice in Connecticut or a state with equal or greater requirements as to qualifications.  Assarabowski v. Gallo (08/24/16)

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