Versteeg v. Mowery
1967.WA.40025 ; 435 P.2d 540; 72 Wash. 2d 754
Department One Supreme Court of Washington
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dismissing plaintiffs claim for the reason that she failed to establish a prima facie case of medical negligence. The prima facie case in negligence is the showing of an act or omission by the defendant which breaches a standard of care owed by him to the plaintiff, which breach is the cause, both in fact and proximately, of damage to the plaintiff. The sole question on appeal is whether plaintiff introduced proof that defendant failed to observe a standard of care owed the plaintiff.
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- Category: Law
- Published: 15 December 1967
- Publisher: LawApp Publishers
- Print Length: 7 Pages
- Language: English