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Oct.14 2006 - Illinois
Top U.S. medical insurer now in state.
Oct. 12 2006 - Iowa
Wal-Mart sued over handling of medical data.
Oct. 11 2006 - Iowa
Republican U.S. Rep. Tom Latham accused his Democratic challenger
Wednesday of siding with “personal injury lawyers” by opposing a cap
on medical malpractice awards.
Oct. 11 2006 - Tennessee
$22-million lawsuit filed against doctor, medical center.
Oct 10 2006 - Texas
21 physicians disciplined by Texas Medical Board.
Oct 8 2006 - New Mexico
The New Mexico Trial Lawyers Association wants the state legislature
to significantly increase the amount of money that can be awarded for
non-medical expenses in medical malpractice cases.
Oct. 1 2006 - Louisiana
Appeal court says Louisiana's $500,000 malpractice cap too low.
Sep. 30 2006 - Florida
TAMPA - A jury on Friday awarded a $116-million medical malpractice
verdict to the family of a Tampa man who attorneys argued became a
paraplegic after an unlicensed hospital worker misdiagnosed a stroke
Sep. 28 2006 - Florida
Lawyers win round on malpractice fees.
Sep. 28 2006 - Florida
Patients' Rights Trampled as Medical Negligence Spreads to Epidemic
Proportions; Press Conference and Demonstration.
Sep. 16 2006 - South Carolina
Malpractice payout cap impact appears years away.
Sep. 15 2006 - Florida
Jacksonville AV rated insurance defense firm seeks an Associate with
2-5 years experience in medical malpractice and general civil litigation
Sep. 14 2006 - Maryland
PIAA Warns That Without Tort Reform, Medical Malpractice Insurance
Industry Return to Profitability Likely To Be Short Lived
Sep 12 2006 - Texas
Texas Medical Malpractice Reforms Result In Landmark Wins for
Physicians and Patients, States PIAA.
Sep 02 2006 - Arizona
Fired St. Vincent doctor accuses surgeons of malpractice.
Aug. 31 2006 - Florida
Florida Medical Students May Be Deterred From Entering Obstetrics
And Gynecology Due To Malpractice Concerns.
Aug. 31 2006 - Oklahoma
Federal Appeals Court Panel Denies Injunction In Enforcement Of
Oklahoma Parental Notification Law.
Aug. 31, 2006 - Pennsylvania
Judge Ciavarella says public has right to know terms of medical
Aug 30, 2006 - Virginia
Physicians' defense stalls case. Virginia doctors cite charitable
immunity in malpractice suits.
Aug. 30, 2006 - Washington
Westport woman settles hospital suit.
Aug. 26, 2006 - South Carolina
Court halts new medical experts law. Legislature had required out-of-
state doctors to get South Carolina medical license before testifying.
Aug. 22, 2006 - Ohio
Doctor Who Performed Plastic Surgery Was Not Board Certified ; But
She Was Within the Bounds of the Law, Much to the Chagrin of
Surgeons Who Were Rated As Trained and Qualified.
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