And as I have posted time and again, the hospitals and their insurance companies are not going to put up a fight over this.
I know this is a cold business assessment, but this stuff happens almost every day in this country. There is well established case law and civil precedent. Where it will become an issue is if they sue for a billion dollars, when every lawyer in the country could calculated the “normal” settlement for this in about ten minutes.
Again, I appreciate how cold this sounds. But this stuff happens.
It’s been posted on other threads that due to California tort reform, the max is $250,000.