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Monthly Archives: June 2020


Congress Considers Coronavirus Immunity for Health Care Workers

By Palmer | Lopez |

After several states have passed legislation shielding hospitals, doctors, and other health care facilities from lawsuits emerging out of the coronavirus pandemic, federal authorities are now considering passing such legislation from Washington. Thus far, only the states that have been hardest-hit by the virus have passed legislation. This includes New York, New Jersey, Michigan,… Read More »

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Intentional Misdiagnosis: Why Does This Happen?

By Palmer | Lopez |

Doctors take an oath to do no harm, but we’ve been seeing stories in the news about doctors who intentionally misdiagnose patients, charge their insurance companies thousands (and sometimes hundreds of thousands) of dollars, and then years later, after getting a second opinion, the patients realize that they do not have the condition the… Read More »

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Bungled Electronic Medical Records Result in Malpractice Lawsuits

By Palmer | Lopez |

Electronic Health Records or EHR have been involved in a number of cases that turned into medical malpractice lawsuits. The question then becomes: How does this happen and why does it continue to happen? Think about all of the information that your electronic health records contain and how vital this information is to achieving… Read More »

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Virginia Supreme Court Rules on Punitive Damages in Medical Malpractice Case

By Palmer | Lopez |

The Virginia Supreme Court recently ruled that a jury should have been given the opportunity to consider punitive damages in a lawsuit involving a patient who overdosed on prescription medication. This is the first time in the history of Virginia that the Supreme Court has taken on the issue of punitive damages against a… Read More »

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