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I am being sued by a patient I have treated. They claim I caused them nerve damage and have contacted my employer with intent to sue. My medical malpractice insurance has had independent doctors review the case and say that my standard of care used was good and correct. They also state that my treatment of the patient did not induce nerve damage.
The patient has since filed a small claims suit against me. How can this be thrown out and not put on my record? And can I counter-sue for my time (preparing for the case but mostly the day of work that I will need to miss to appear in court), and also stress this has caused me?