Robert S. Bruer


Judicial treatment of the relationship between causation and the relatively new theory of loss of a chance in medical malpractice cases demonstrates this welter of confusion. In 1992, the Supreme Court of Missouri addressed whether loss of chance can constitute a cause of action under Missouri law. This Note will examine the Wollen decision as well as the myriad of cases addressing loss of chance.

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