Torts — Medical malpractice — Specialists — Presuit requirements — Medical expert affidavit — Affidavits from emergency room physician, radiologist, and nurse failed to comply with statutory presuit requirements to support claim against an orthopaedic surgeon because affiants did not specialize in the same specialty — Same specialty requirement is not limited to expert testimony presented at trial and extends to presuit affidavits — Argument that same specialty requirements of section 766.102(5)(a) is unconstitutional was not preserved for review where no notice was provided to either Attorney General or state attorney
44 Fla. L. Weekly D298a
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