Two-Schools-Of-Thought Defense

Two-Schools-Of-Thought Defense

Definition

A defense to a medical-malpractice claim that allows a doctor to avoid malpractice by showing that the doctor followed an accepted school of thought when making a medical choice, even if another school of thought might have made a different medical choice.

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