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Google reviews and websites such as RateMD and Whitecoat make it very easy for patients or any person to damage your or your business’ reputation and credibility online. There are a few steps a doctor can take if you receive a damaging online review. For example: You can ask the patient commenting to remove the online comment., You can ask the website administrator to remove the online comment....
In March 2010, Mr Mazzella underwent a hip arthroscopy, performed by orthopaedic surgeon, Dr Al Muderis. Subsequently, the patient claimed that the surgeon performed the operation negligently, causing numbness in his genitals and decreased sexual function. Dr Al Muderis sent the patient for various neurology and urology tests, which found no evidence of nerve damage. Mr Mazzella commenced legal ...
A Melbourne dentist has taken defamation action against a patient who posted a negative online review. Many practitioners seek to use legal strategies to combat a negative online review and preserve their reputation and business. A claim for defamation is complex, costly and can take years to resolve. Even if defamation is proved, it does not necessarily follow that the court will award very large damages....
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