MEDICAL MALPRACTICE: Superior Court holds that opinion letter from physician insufficient to support malpractice claim against nurses
The plaintiff alleged that nurses failed to properly monitor her objective signs and symptoms and…
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)