Most people traveling into the Commonwealth take the “Welcome to Kentucky” sign for granted. But physicians should pay close attention because crossing the border can mean a big difference in terms of legal liability.
Kentuckians want access to quality care from highly-skilled medical professionals, and rightly so. Unfortunately, our current legal liability system heavily favors the wishes of personal injury lawyers and encourages caregivers to keep on driving.
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This opinion-editorial originally appeared in the August 24, 2016 print edition of the Winchester Sun.
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