Regalski v. Cardiology Associates Regalski v. Cardiology Associates

Regalski v. Cardiology Associates

587 N.W.2d 502, 1998.MI.40180

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i1022 SC: 111095 LC: 95-495396-NO On order of the Court, the application for leave to appeal is considered, and, pursuant to MCR 7.302(F)(1), in lieu of granting leave to appeal, we REVERSE the judgment of the Court of Appeals and REINSTATE the Oakland Circuit Court's November 1, 1995 order granting summary Disposition to the defendant. The period of limitations for medical malpractice claims is 2 years, MCL 600.5805(4); MSA 27A.5805(4), whereas the limitations period for other negligence claims is 3 years. MCL 600.5805(8); MSA 27A.5805(8). Since the passage of 1975 PA 142, the Legislature has extended the shortened 2-year period to claims based on the medical malpractice of ""an employee or agent of a licensed health facility or agency who is engaging in or otherwise assisting in medical care and treatment,"" as well as that of a licensed health care professional. See MCL 600.5838a(1); MSA 27A.5838(1)(1).

GÉNERO
Técnicos y profesionales
PUBLICADO
1998
27 de octubre
IDIOMA
EN
Inglés
EXTENSIÓN
1
Página
EDITORIAL
LawApp Publishers
VENTAS
Innodata Book Distribution Services Inc
TAMAÑO
54.7
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