A little knowledge is a dangerous thing. I refer, of course, to a feature of being employed to defend medical malpractice claims, and the type of dangerous knowledge required by it: medical knowledge. I used to think this maxim meant that a little knowledge about whatever medical condition or disease, surgical procedure, diagnosis, treatment or complication would be dangerous to my opposing counsel. I think differently now. My minuscule acumen for medicine is really more dangerous to me than to them.
Lawyer Gives Her Doctors A Real Pain In the Neck
The Connecticut Law Tribune
May 25, 2009
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