The language of C.G.S. §52-190a, which requires a plaintiff to provide an opinion letter authored by a similar health care provider as defined by C.G.S. §52-184c in medical malpractice cases against specialists, read in the context of C.G.S. §52-184c, clearly and unambiguously requires that the qualifications of the opinion letter author be set forth.
Lucisano v. Bisson
Connecticut Appellate Court
December 21, 2011
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