When ruling whether a claim sounds in medical malpractice, courts may consider whether: 1.) the defendants are sued in their capacities as medical professionals; 2.) the alleged negligence is of a specialized medical nature that arises out of the medical, professional-patient relationship; and 3.) the alleged negligence is substantially related to medical diagnosis or treatment.
Montgomery v. ECHN d.b.a. Manchester Memorial Hospital
May 2, 2012
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