Definition of "medico-legal" [med•i•co-le•gal]

  • Of or pertaining to law as affected by medical facts. (adjective)

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Use "medico-legal" in a sentence
  • "This is even the case in Australia (my home) where we have lower medico-legal litigation than the US."
  • "He retired early but still does a lot of medico-legal work."
  • "The would-be reformers could have built on this record with important changes like breaking down anticompetitive barriers, reducing administrative waste, eliminating mandate-created distortions of the health insurance market, and reasonable reforms to a medico-legal liability system run amok."