Archive for April, 2010

Americans Still Split Over New Health Reform Law

FRIDAY, April 30 (HealthDay News) — One month after President Barack Obama signed the historic health-reform bill into law, Americans remain divided on the measure, with many people still unsure how it will affect them, a new Harris Interactive/HealthDay poll finds.

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Miami Personal Injury Lawyer The Help You Need for Medical Malpractice Claims

Medical malpractice is one of the personal injury cases that is quite rampant in the country. And if you’ve experienced such injustice in the city, a Miami personal injury lawyer will be of tremendous service. But what exactly can they do to help your medical malpractice claim?

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Specific Exclusions

The policy specifically excluded claims by any business enterprise other than the firm “in which the Insured owns more than a 10 percent interest, or in which any Insured is an owner, partner, or employee, or which is directly or indirectly controlled, operated, or managed by any Insured.”

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‘Inaction’ in fatal face-lift

A woman who died after getting a face-lift from a disgraced plastic surgeon at his Central Park South office might have survived if not for the inaction of another doctor and a nurse, her family’s lawyer said yesterday. Anesthesiologist Mudhavaroa Subbarao “couldn’t wait” to leave after Dr. Michael…

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No mental evaluation for Weinberger

HAMMOND | A judge on Wednesday denied a federal prosecutor’srequest for a hearing to determine whether “The Nose Doctor” shouldface a mental competency evaluation.

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