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Text of American Bar Association Report on Contingent Fees In Medical Malpractice Litigation (PDF)
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Oct. 12, 2004
68 pages, dated Sept. 20, 2004. Excerpt: Attorney contingent fees have again become the focus of efforts by medical professionals and allied organizations to reduce the costs of medical liability. These efforts ... seek to impose limits on the fees lawyers may charge clients in successful medical malpractice claims and actions. They are premised on the belief that such limits will ultimately reduce costs associated with medical negligence claims.

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