COMMON-KNOWLEDGE EXCEPTION

COMMON-KNOWLEDGE EXCEPTION

common-knowledge exception. The principle that lay testimony concerning routine or simple medical procedures is admissible to establish negligence in a medical-malpractice action. ? This is a narrow exception in some jurisdictions to the rule that a medical-malpractice plaintiff must present expert testimony to establish negligence. [Cases: Health 821(4).]
What is the preferred translation of the term COMMON-KNOWLEDGE EXCEPTION by Chinese lawyers?
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