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'Westworld' ponders the value of life

The case of  Spaulding vs. Zimmerman  is used in a lot of law schools to teach legal ethics, and touches on some medical ones too. David Spaulding was a passenger in a car struck by another driver, leading to serious medical harm. Pursuant to a civil suit for damages, doctors for Spaulding’s and the defendant’s insurance companies performed examinations of David to see the extent of his injuries.
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