REASONABLE MEDICAL PROBABILITY

REASONABLE MEDICAL PROBABILITY

reasonable medical probability. In proving the cause of an injury, a standard requiring a showing that the injury was more likely than not caused by a particular stimulus, based on the general consensus of recognized medical thought. ¡ª Also termed reasonable medical certainty. [Cases: Damages 185(1); Evidence 547.

5. C.J.S. Damages ¡ì¡ì 308¨C310; Evidence ¡ì¡ì 609, 648, 698¨C699.]


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