Dr. Jim Dahle, aka the White Coat Investor, was gracious enough to allow me to write a guest post on his website about my (thankfully limited) experience with medical malpractice. I have been reading his website since near the time of its inception, and he played a large role in my financial salvation, so I am truly honored to be featured.
Here is a preview:
“Two days into it, and my tropical beach vacation was ruined. After listening to a voicemail from the next-door neighbor back home, my initial response was confusion: Why would a police officer be looking for me? I frantically searched my memory for something illegal I may have done. Did I forget to pay for an item on the bottom of my grocery cart? Was it something that happened in Vegas, but did not stay in Vegas?
After discussing it with my wife, it seemed the most likely scenario was likely worse: I was being served papers in a malpractice lawsuit. A few days later, after speaking to the county sheriff’s office, this fear was confirmed.”
Please check out the entire post on the whitecoatinvestor.com, and let me know your thoughts in the comments!