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Demand for medical malpractice insurance to spike in the next five years
Senior healthcare organisations forecast to take up 40%. Demand for medical malpractice insurance by senior healthcare organisations in Singapore is forecast to grow by 40 per cent over the next five years, according to AIG Asia Pacific Insurance Pte.
New York Lawyer Gets Prison Time for Stealing $5 Million From Clients
The lawyer, Stuart A. Schlesinger, 76, misappropriated the funds from settlements he had negotiated in cases involving medical malpractice and other injuries, and then used the money to pay expenses including mortgage bills, the government had alleged.
Medical Malpractice in Pennsylvania: What is MCARE and how does it work?
Medical malpractice in Pennsylvania revolves around the MCARE statute. MCARE stands for “Medical Care Availability and Reduction of Error” — an Act passed and signed into law in 2002. MCARE requires that participating providers and hospitals carry a
Medical Malpractice Judgment in Kawaauhau v. Geiger
Early in 1983, Margaret Kawaauhau went to see her doctor, Dr. Geiger, because her foot was bothering her. The doctor suggested a course of oral prescriptions instead of surgery or more invasive procedures because he thought the patient would prefer it.
Kevin Foley Named ‘Lawyer of the Year’ for litigation and medical malpractice
Kevin P. Foley, of the Foley Law Firm, has been selected for inclusion in the 23rd Edition of Best Lawyers in America for his practice in both Medical Malpractice Law and Insurance Litigation. This is the second consecutive year he has received this honor.
Medical Malpractice on the Increase
If you’ve never been close to a medical malpractice case, it may seem like something that only happens in John Grisham books and Hollywood flicks. Oh, if only this were true. Medical malpractice is a pervasive problem today and likely will be for the
4 Ways a Medical Malpractice Attorney Helps You
In 2012, payouts for medical malpractice suits reached over 3 billion dollars. If you break that down, that’s about one payout for every 43 minutes on average, Forbes says. That’s a huge number, an alarming one when you think about it. It speaks of how
Doctor Admits Lying in Colleague’s Medical Malpractice Case
Dr. Lars Aanning has been uneasy about a decision he made twenty years ago. The surgeon was called to testify on behalf of a colleague in a medical malpractice suit. A patient who was left with a permanent lifelong disability believed Dr. Aanning’s