Imagine a scene from a ’30s movie, set in the stix. A different life there, so different from the big city. For a long time both legal malpractice and medical malpractice clung to the “standards of the community” analysis, allowing a different standard of care or treatment for the country folk and the city folk.
This has been passe for many years, and this particular blog blurb from day on torts tells about the Tennessee story. Its been the same in NY for a long time. One state, one standard.