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Florida Supreme Court Strikes Down Medical Malpractice Damage Cap

Florida’s highest court recently declared unconstitutional a state law that limited the amount of money plaintiffs could collect for the loss of a loved one due to medical malpractice. The decision, made by a 5 to 2 majority, ruled that the law was an unlawful breach of the Florida Constitution’s equal protection guarantee.

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Pharmacy Errors Year in Review

Perhaps the biggest story of 2013 in the area of pharmacy errors revolved around the fungal meningitis outbreak linked to compounding errors in tainted steroids from the New England Compounding Center that caused hundreds of illnesses and dozens of deaths around the country.

In response, the National Association of Boards of Pharmacy came down on Read More

Federal Judge Rules Florida Medical Malpractice Consent Rule Runs Afoul of HIPAA

Earlier this year the Florida legislature made several changes to the state’s medical malpractice law. One provision, found in Florida Statutes 766-1065, required the injured patient in a medical malpractice suit to allow the attorneys for the defendant doctor and his or her insurance Read More

Change in California Medical Malpractice Damages Caps Would Exceed Florida

If a petition currently being circulated in the Golden State is eventually successful, California medical malpractice damage caps may soon be adjusted for inflation, something that has never been done since the caps were first enacted in 1975. The move would surpass Florida’s caps, leaving the Sunshine State trapped Read More

Should AEG be held liable for Michael Jackson’s death?

Music legend Michael Jackson died on June 25th, 2009 from a heart attack attributed to a combination of drugs prescribed by his personal physician, Dr. Conrad Murray. Jackson at the time was in the rehearsal stage for an upcoming comeback tour sponsored by entertainment giant AEG.

Dr. Murray was found guilty of involuntary manslaughter in 2011 and Read More

Choosing a Rehabilitation Hospital for Your Spinal Cord Injury

A spinal cord injury causing paraplegia, quadriplegia, or other sensory or motor impairment, can result from a serious personal injury in a car or truck accident, motorcycle, bicycle or pedestrian accident, or other catastrophic injury brought about by the negligence or misconduct of another. Read More

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