corporate negligence


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corporate negligence

Failure of a corporation to meet its legal obligations to its clients. With regard to health care facilities, responsibilities included under the doctrine of corporate negligence are monitoring and supervision of the competence of medical and nursing personnel within the facility; investigating physicians' credentials before granting staff privileges; and negligent hiring of health care professionals (including failure to conduct appropriate background investigations).
See also: negligence
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with offices in Baton Rouge, Austin and Beverly Hills, is a nationally recognized law firm with more than three decades of experience representing people and communities harmed by corporate negligence.
with offices in Baton Rouge, Austin and Beverly Hills, is a nationally recognized law firm with a 30-year history of "Protecting What's Right" for people and communities harmed by corporate negligence.
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