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Sometimes it seems like the drive to control the amount of damages awarded for medical malpractice is on some kind of political message loop. Often called “tort reform,” it frequently is fodder in election campaigns, and is...more
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Dear President Obama:
On March 1, 2010, the undersigned five survivors of medical negligence and family members had the honor of meeting with the White House Office of Public Engagement about the issue of medical...more
Once they understand what "tort reform" tries to do to victims of medical malpractice, most fairminded people agree it's just not fair to put artificial legislative limits on the amount of money a patient can recover in a...more
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