New Studies Show "Caps" on Damages Ruin Health Care

New Studies Show "Caps" on Damages Ruin Health Care

"The broad relaxation of care suggests that med mal liability provides ‘general deterrence’ – an incentive to be careful in general – in addition to any ‘specific deterrence’ it may provide for particular actions...”
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Friday, November 20, 2015/Posted by: DC/Number of views (3963)/Comments ()/
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Lawsuit: Doctor Failed to Tell Patient of Cancer Diagnosis

Lawsuit: Doctor Failed to Tell Patient of Cancer Diagnosis

An Illinois woman has filed a lawsuit alleging that her father's doctor failed to inform him that he had cancer, which later killed him.
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Monday, November 16, 2015/Posted by: DC/Number of views (3669)/Comments ()/
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Widow Files Malpractice Lawsuit Against Doctors

Widow Files Malpractice Lawsuit Against Doctors

The widow of a 78-year-old Florida man who died in March 2011 has filed a medical malpractice lawsuit against a Lake Wales doctor, a home health care service and the Lake Wales Medical Center.
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Wednesday, November 11, 2015/Posted by: DC/Number of views (4417)/Comments ()/
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