How does people in Israel go into a simple medical procedure and get out of it to disability or even straight to the dead room? • A person enters colonoscopy, gets a blur injection ... and stops breathing. • A doctor's error in the patient's registration, which was not repaired by the pharmacists, the family doctor or the hospital, resulted in a patient's death after surgery. • During birth, doctors were late to identify a fetus in a state of oxygen ... The newborn was born with sufficient and suffering from cerebral palsy. • In another case, it was a physician himself who fell victim to the negligence of his friends for a profession that did not have a simple examination as required after catheterization, and did not identify an infection that put him in a coma. These and others did not make doctors admit their negligence, but certainly be creative in the invention of excuses under the guidance of the lawyers who represented them in court. This book reveals what is happening behind the scenes in Israeli hospitals and courts, and offers ways to escape the statistics of the medical establishment victims, how to keep an eye on and how to properly act in the face of faithful medical officials to maintain our lives and our lives close to us. After about two decades when he worked as a neurosurgeon, Dr. Avi Rubinstein crossed the lines, studied law and began to represent medical malpractice victims. He encounters the wall in the form of so -called 'doctors' silence and becomes one colleague to the enemy in some of them. In this book, he is tagging and analyzing, legal and medical, some of the serious medical malpractice events discussed in court. Rubinstein emphasizes that his war does not have a medical malpractice lawyer to harm doctors and physicians who invest their souls in their work and do holy work, but a desire to make the medical system produce the lessons, learn and improve. In his fight, he seeks to prevent medical malpractice events as much as possible. "Unique, fascinating, very important, and even exciting for chapters on medical malpractice in Israeli hospitals. Reading wake -up to the Ministry of Health, and reading a duty to medical and law professionals and anyone who ever needs medical service - that is, all of us. ' Ran Reznik, Senior Writer and Health commentator, "Israel Today"