Almost all medical malpractice cases require medical expert testimony. Without it, the judge will dismiss the case or decide the case early. This is because the courts have decided that the technical information the jury must consider in a medical malpractice case is too complicated to sort through without help. The jury is not required to adopt the expert’s opinion, but must use it to consider the facts.The integrity of the litigation process in the United States depends in part on the honest, unbiased, responsible testimony of expert witnesses. Such testimony serves to clarify and explain technical concepts and to articulate professional standards of care. Expert testimony by medical experts should be readily available, objective and unbiased. To limit uninformed and possibly misleading testimony, experts should be qualified for their role and should follow a clear and consistent set of ethical guidelines. These guidelines apply to written opinions as well as testimony offered by experts.
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