Morrison Mahoney Partner Anthony Abeln was quoted in this week’s issue of Mass Lawyers Weekly.
In a recent case, the Appeals Court has decided that medical professionals who continue treatment after a patient withdraws consent may be liable for medical battery. This holds true as long as the withdrawal of consent is unambiguous and it is medically feasible to stop the procedure. Tony discusses how the framework of this claim has always existed.
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