duty to disclose

Nov 01, 2023
Moran v. Prime Healthcare Management, Inc., S281746.

#23-216 Moran v. Prime Healthcare Management, Inc., S281746. (G060920; 94 Cal.App.5th 166; Orange County Superior Court; 30-2013-00689394.) Petition for review after the Court of Appeal affirmed an order in a civil action. The court ordered briefing deferred pending decision in Capito v. San Jose Healthcare

Holmes v. Tsou (Jan. 19, 2010, B204745) 2010 WL 161489 [nonpublished opinion]

Plaintiff sought treatment for her fractured wrist from GMSR’s client, defendant orthopedist. The orthopedist concluded that surgery was not a reasonable option for her, performed a nonsurgical procedure instead and never discussed surgery with her. Plaintiff then sued the orthopedist, alleging that he was negligent

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