Federal Tort Claims Act
LASIK (Laser Assisted in Situ Keratomileusis) surgery is a relatively new procedure that reshapes a patient’s cornea in an effort to reduce or eliminate the need for glasses or contact lenses. The procedure is quick, generally taking around 15 minutes to complete. During this time, the physician cuts a flap on the front of the eye and moves it aside in order to access the cornea. He or she then reshapes the cornea with a laser in order to correct the vision problem.
Medical Malpractice Screening Panels
The Discovery Rule and Medical Malpractice