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<p> Taking a malpractice case to trial is never something you look forward to, but settling the case is not always the best alternative. Knowing when to settle, and when not to, can be critical in minimizing your losses from a malpractice allegation, says Catherine J. Flynn, JD, an attorney with the law firm of Carroll McNulty and Kull in Basking Ridge, NJ.</p>

Settling Too Soon? Expect Long-Term Consequences