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<p>Even when the cause of the adverse event is identified, investigators should drill down further to identify other factors that may have played a role, says <strong>Edwin G. Foulke Jr.</strong>, JD, partner with the law firm of Fisher Phillips in Atlanta and former head of the Occupational Safety and Health Administration.</p>

Ask the Hard Questions After an Adverse Event