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H.R. 1215, the Protecting Access to Care Act is going to the House floor this week. This massive medical malpractice bill also applies to nursing homes and drug and device cases.
Understaffing at hospitals or nursing homes can result in patients not receive appropriate care; providers miss signs and symptoms of a serious condition, or abuse and neglect.
A U.S. district judge granted a preliminary injunction today to stop federal funding of embryonic stem cell research because it destroys embryos, which violates the DWA…
An attorney’s goal should be to achieve the best result under the circumstances. Clearly, the client’s interests are priority number one; however, you should also be mindful of your ethical obligations and moral responsibilities…
Take care of your heart, and your heart will take care of you. Although the heart is very resilient, it cannot survive too much abuse. Making several lifestyle changes can reduce the risk of heart disease…
Scientific American reports that “the true number of premature deaths associated with preventable harm to patients was estimated at more than 400,000 per year.”
The use of pain medication in the U.S. is alarming. The medical malpractice risk arises because these powerful pain medications are highly addictive, even after short-term use.
Lobbyists for doctors and their insurers met to draft an overhaul of the nation’s medical malpractice laws. The legislation proposed strict limits on damages for the people most victimized by preventable medical errors.
The American Bar Association penned a letter to the House Judiciary Committee expressing opposition to HR 1215. They are working to protect victims’ rights to hold wrongdoers accountable.
In Arizona, juries are instructed that medical negligence is the failure to comply with the applicable “standard of care.” Are doctors allowed to make mistakes? Yes, sometimes. Some mistakes are considered acceptable.
The U.S. House of Representatives passed a bill that would victimize medical malpractice victims and protect the health care providers who injured them. H.R. 1215 passed by the slimmest of margins. But I am not comforted…
Reports on medical negligence cases ignore the most important thing, all the hard work and preparation that went into the trial. Good trial lawyers take their strategies and infuse them with simple, easy-to-follow themes.