More frustration boils over in this letter:
I can not think of a single colleague who enjoys practicing medicine due to the fear of litigation.
Lawyers are only too aware that they don’t need to be correct but to have just enough information to convince a jury of laypeople. Why is there rarely a case brought against a lawyer for a frivolous lawsuit? Why isn’t it automatic for the loser to pay the legal costs of both parties?
Why do doctors treat anyone who practices malpractice law? Because physicians have a deeply rooted moral code of ethics.