Pa. R.E. 401

Evidence of Patient’s Consent to Treatment Inadmissible in Medical Negligence Action

Evidence that a patient affirmatively consented to treatment after being informed of the risks of that treatment is generally irrelevant to a cause of action sounding in medical negligence, the Pennsylvania Supreme Court ruled in Brady v. Urbas.

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