By: Admin On: April 15, 2012 In: medmal, News, tortreform Comments: 0

Concord Monitor April 15, 2012 “We are sorry for your loss, but if you sign right now, I can you this $200,000 check.” It is standard practice for airline insurers after a fatal plane crash to visit the home of each person a week later and offer checks for...

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By: Admin On: April 15, 2012 In: medmal, News, tortreform Comments: 0

Nashua Telegraph April 15, 2012 “Early offer to settle,” as contained in Senate Bill 406 now before the New Hampshire House of Representatives, is a perfect sound-bite manufactured by medical malpractice insurance carriers to convince the Legislature that there is a better way to resolve medical malpractice claims. “Bait...

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By: Admin On: April 13, 2012 In: medmal, News, tortreform Comments: 0

Kansas City Business Journal unsecured loans for people with bad credit ratinginstant cash loans poor credit April 13, 2012 Doctors, insurers and plaintiffs’ lawyers are hanging on the outcome of a case that could undo Missouri’s cap on punitive damages for medical malpractice. The Missouri Supreme Court heard arguments...

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By: Admin On: April 09, 2012 In: medmal, News, tortreform Comments: 0

Seacoast Online April 9, 2012 Senate Bill 406 is a Republican-sponsored proposal that would establish a so-called “early offer” system for medical injury claims as an option to litigation and screening panels. Opponents believe advocates are using the issue of tort reform to create an unfair, one-sided settlement system...

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By: Admin On: April 02, 2012 In: medmal, News, tortreform Comments: 0

Insurance Journal April 2, 2012 The fate of Florida’s caps on damages in medical malpractice cases now rests with the state’s high court after attorneys on both sides of the issue debated whether the caps are constitutional. Enacted in 2003, the medical malpractice law places a $500,000 cap on...

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By: Admin On: April 01, 2012 In: medmal, News, tortreform Comments: 0

Stars and Stripes April 1, 2012 generation A medically retired airman filed suit against the U.S. government Friday in Texas, contending military surgeons so badly botched a routine gallbladder procedure that his legs had to be amputated to save his life. The case is the latest challenge to the...

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