Medical malpractice suits level off

According to the Administrative Office of Pennsylvania Courts, medical malpractice lawsuits have held steady and leveled off during the past 10 years.

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The Virginia Cap on Medical Malpractice Damages

Tort reform has been a major buzz word in the past decade for its supposed impact on medical costs. While many studies have shown jury awards in medical malpractice suits have no impact on medical costs, the push for tort reform continues. One approach toward tort reform is to limit the amount of damages (i.e. […]

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David Perecman Weighs in on CDC Lab Anthrax Scare, Questions Training and Safety

New York personal injury lawyer David Perecman of The Perecman Firm weighs in on the anthrax scare at the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) in Atlanta, Georgia. (PRWeb July 02, 2014) Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/NYpersonalinjurylawyer/NYpersonalinjurylawyer/prweb11988781.htm

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Preeminent Personal Injury Lawyer David Drexler Instructs Colleagues on “Zen and Trial Presentation” at Miami …

Los Angeles-based trial attorney David Drexler drew on his nearly 40 years as a preeminent personal injury attorney and Yoga practitioner to deliver a presentation at the annual conference of the American Board of Professional Liability Attorneys in Miami. Drexler, who serves on the ABPLA’s Executive Committee and Board of Governors, spoke on the topic “Zen and the Art of Mastering Mindful Trial …

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Michigan Medical Malpractice Attorney of Goodman Acker Files Lawsuit Against Hospital

SOUTHFIELD, Mich., June 30, 2014 /PRNewswire/ – The Michigan medical malpractice lawyers of Goodman Acker, P.C. (web link: http://www.goodmanacker.com), recently filed a lawsuit in Montcalm County Circuit Court (Case No. 12-H-16684 NH; David A Hoort) against Carson City Hospital for the alleged wrongful death of a seven year old boy, Dakota Rudy.  Goodman Acker is representing the family …

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