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February 2016 Archives

A no-fault insurance system for medical malpractice claims?

No-fault insurance, as it is for cars and worker's compensation, basically means that there is no investigation or trial to determine who was at fault for the accident or injury. Everyone is covered by their insurance carrier and they recover against their insurance carrier. It is good for companies (or hospitals and doctors) because it reduces litigation costs and it is good for drivers (or patients) because it removes the uncertainty of litigation and speeds up compensation. Several states are debating the merits of developing a no-fault system for medical malpractice.

Things to know before seeing an attorney, pt. 2

Truck accidents are devastating, far more devastating than a run-of-the-mill crash between two midsize sedans. As discussed in a prior article, they are also complicated to litigate. This article is part two and sums up the rest of the information you should bring to a meetingg with an attorney. What will follow is broken down into three categories that establish the harm you suffered and the amount of money you need in compensation.

Insuring and registering your car in New York

Every state imposes specific requirements on car insurance, sometimes less reputable insurance agents will try to skirt these regulations and offer you coverage that fails to meet these standards. If your car insurance policy does not provide minimum standard coverage, then it is possible that your insurer may try to deny your claim. This article will discuss the minimum coverage that your insurance must provide in order for it to satisfy New York law.

Alleged misdiagnosis of infant's injuries results in lawsuit

Everyone wants to be able to trust their doctor. Unfortunately, doctors are human, just like everyone else. Typically, you would not associate legal problems with medical decisions, but sometimes, they do intersect. A woman in Ohio filed a lawsuit against two doctors for allegedly misdiagnosing her baby.

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