Archive for December, 2012

Jury Returns Largest Medical Malpractice Verdict, But Tort Reform Strikes Again!

No one expects to become paralyzed, but when it happens, the physical devastation can quickly leave a family drowning in debt. If the paralysis is due to medical negligence, the victim has the right to file a medical malpractice lawsuit seeking compensation for damages. A man arrived at the ER with severe neck pain and numbness in his arms and legs. A doctor diagnosed his condition as neck …

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State high court responsible for oversight of N.M. lawyers

QUESTION: Who is responsible for the regulation of lawyers? Are their credentials checked before the …

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Attorney William S. Skupa Now Accepting Personal Injury Cases

Las Vegas attorney William S. Skupa is accepting clients who wish to file personal injury lawsuits. So, if you are looking forward for an experienced personal injury lawyer, then contacting William S. Skupa is a good decision. (PRWeb December 31, 2012) Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/2012/12/prweb10064360.htm

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The Forum's top stories of 2012: A year that delivered moments of triumph, loss

FARGO - An end of the world that wasn't. A presidential election. Both were big stories on the national and world stages in 2012. But what about closer to home?

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Report: City Hospitals Turn Corner on Medical Malpractice Suits

An initiative several years in the making to reduce malpractice claims and settlement costs at the city's Health and Hospitals Corporation has paid off, according to a report released by Comptroller John Liu this week. In the last ten years the number of malpractice claims filed against the city's public hospitals has dropped by 28 percent. At the same time, the actual dollar amount paid out …

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