Med School for Lawyers Series: Bed Sores and Hospital Infections

Published by San Francisco Trial Lawyers Association and Texas Trial Lawyers Association


The Medical School for Lawyers series focuses on how to present expert testimony on a particular area of injury that educates the jury and creates a foundation to undercut the defense expert witness testimony. Kathryn Stebner will discuss bed sores and hospital infections.

Kathryn Stebner
Kathryn Stebner has focused on elder abuse and medical malpractice litigation since 1985. In addition to her legal practice, she is a frequent speaker and author on elder abuse litigation. Ms. Stebner has tried jury cases in a wide array of civil...More
Karman Ratliff
Karman Ratliff focuses primarily on physical elder abuse litigation, with an emphasis on nursing home and residential care cases. Ms. Ratliff attended the University of California, Hastings College of the Law, where she obtained her J.D. in...More

Originally Published

March 3, 2011

Program Titles and Supporting Materials

This program contains the following components:

  • Bed Sores and Hospital Infections Video
  • Bed Sores and Hospital Infections Audio
  • Bed Sores and Hospital Infections Paper
  • Bed Sores and Hospital Infections Supplementary Materials

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