chiropractic malpractice

chiropractic malpractice

One or more acts of alleged negligence by a chiropractor that results in injury. Chiropractic malpractice occurs with uncertain frequency, often because patients do not report the injury, especially when they use chiropractor as their primary physician. It is due to either
(1) Failure to diagnose conditions that require timely medical attention; or
(2) Damage due to manipulation of body parts that have been weakened by disease or previous trauma.
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For instance, a history of chiropractic commissioned by the National Chiropractic Malpractice Insurance Company (NCMIC) Group, Inc.
Like any profession, chiropractic has its share of disgruntled clients: The major chiropractic malpractice insurance company made payments in 1,402 cases from 1991 to 1995, with back disk damage from adjustments being the most common complaint, But chiropractors clearly have plenty of satisfied customers.
Noting that Safe Harbour serves regional and national clients and is licensed in 25 states, Horowitz said the clients he serves encompass a wide array of industries, including real estate; manufacturing; transportation (courier, messenger and trucking companies); archives and record storage centers; medical malpractice; and chiropractic malpractice.

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