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In a series of recent decisions, the Georgia’s appellate and supreme courts diluted application of the “clear and convincing gross negligence” standard installed by Georgia’s tort reform statute; and they have also advanced “exceptions” to the law that allow plaintiff attorneys to circumvent the legislature’s intended tougher standards required to prove medical malpractice.

Is Georgia’s Emergency Care Tort Reform Coming Apart?