“We will not subject ourselves to your ongoing gratuitous defamations that are designed to coerce my clients into taking your evidently preferred course of action,” he said.
“They do what every lawyer does whenever they have no case,” he said. “They attack the witness. I’m the witness.”
In one instance, he said, Greater Southeast charged Hadley $123 for ovarian cancer screening tests, while Washington Hospital Center charged only $29 for the same procedure.
“That represents self-dealing in my opinion,” he said.View Entire Story
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