I keep hearing how corrections nursing is very litigious. In one of these threads, a reason given for quitting corrections was, "I don't want to get sued." A couple of my friends from school work at a city jail and mentioned how nurses tend to be subpoenaed to court often, for lawyers arguing things like the blood draw was done incorrectly for a DUI or something like that. What other reasons might a corrections nurse be subpoenaed to court? And why does it happen so often? I understand negligence and malpractice in the hospital setting, etc, just wondering in what ways could this apply in a jail or prison? And would your standard nursing malpractice insurance cover corrections as well?