A lawsuit currently underway in Florida is questioning whether a $1 million cap on medical malpractice is unconstitutional.
The controversy began earlier this year, when Atlanta’s 11th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals handed over a verdict in the case of Michelle McCall. McCall died in 2006 after suffering childbirth complications at a Florida Air Force Clinic. At the time, McCall’s family sued the U.S. government for $3 million - $1 million for medical costs, and $2 million for unspecified damages.
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