Must a NJ healthcare facility be licensed by the DHSS to demand an Affidavit of Merit?
Health Care Facility Seeking Protection of the Affidavit of Merit Law is Required to Produce License
Does plaintiff need an Affidavit of Merit from a general physician or specialist?
U.S. District Court Judge, Joel Pisano ruled that an Affidavit of Merit was not required to sue a psychologist for negligently failing to report the abuse of a juvenile patient because…
Do the facts of this case support a waiver of the “Same Specialty” provision of the Affidavit of Merit statute?
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