Legal Larceny

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iUniverse, 2007 - Fiction - 332 pages
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What would happen if doctors across the United States, tired of endless litigation and skyrocketing malpractice costs, decided to simply quit?

When Senator Cynthia "Maddi" Madison from Washington, D.C., elects to take on the Trial Lawyers Association, she pits herself against a very formidable-and dangerous-enemy. Maddi soon realizes that her life could be in jeopardy, especially since she and her newfound allies will ultimately wind up as participants in the very court system that they are trying to reform. Can Maddi succeed in her endeavors, or will she lose her life in the process?

Legal Larceny portrays the forces-both negative and positive-that shape the practice of medicine today. It also details the consequences to the United States if the current legal and healthcare systems are allowed to continue on their current, destructive paths.

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