INFORMED-CONSENT INSTRUCTION NOT NEEDED IN MALPRACTICE SUIT, KENTUCKY APPEALS PANEL SAYS Horsley v. Smith | Secondary Sources | Westlaw

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INFORMED-CONSENT INSTRUCTION NOT NEEDED IN MALPRACTICE SUIT, KENTUCKY APPEALS PANEL SAYS

Horsley v. Smith

The Kentucky Court of Appeals has upheld a defense verdict for an ophthalmologist accused of partially blinding a patient during cataract surgery, finding the trial court properly refused to issue a separate jury instruction on informed consent....
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