Collateral Source Rule

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White Paper: The Other Shoe Drops – Corenbaum Answers Questions Raised by Howell

In Howell v Hamilton Meats & Provisions, Inc. (2011) 52 Cal.4th 541 the California Supreme Court decided that a plaintiff’s recovery for past medical expenses is limited to the amount paid for the medical expenses after any...more

Howell Rule Applies When Medical Services Were Paid by Medicare, Court of Appeal Concludes

In Howell v. Hamilton Meats & Provisions, Inc. the California Supreme Court ruled that a plaintiff’s recovery of medical damages is limited to the amount paid by the plaintiff’s health insurer and accepted by the health care...more

Time to Examine Tennessee’s Collateral Source Rule by William Walton

Originally published in the Tennessee Bar Association - December 1, 2012. Taking Another Look at Fye v. Kennedy - Damages in tort law are designed to compensate for injury and, in the words of one court, “only for...more

Recent Kentucky Court of Appeals Decision Upholds Reduction in Medical Expense Award by Amount Written Off by Healthcare Provider;...

In a recent decision that was designated for publication, the Kentucky Court of Appeals held that, while a plaintiff is permitted to introduce into evidence the full amount of medical bills incurred for treatment of injuries...more

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