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Old 05-01-2019, 01:39 PM
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I think Florida law requires non-binding arbitration for malpractice issues, but does allow the patient to sue if they don't agree with the arbitration decision. Some doctors have tried to make the arbitration binding with a signed statement, but I don't think the courts have allowed it to be binding. I would read the agreement carefully to see if the doctor is changing the arbitration decision from non-binding to binding.
 
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