Monthly Archives: December 2022
The Anatomy Of A $43 Million Medical Malpractice Lawsuit
A patient went for surgery to remove gallstones from his bile duct and ended up in a coma for 42 days. The doctor who performed the surgery was on probation at the time for killing another patient and had his hospital privileges suspended. The doctor lost an ensuing medical malpractice lawsuit to the tune… Read More »
Should Medical Disciplinary Records Be Shared With The Public?
Do you have a right to know whether or not your doctor injured or killed a previous patient? Right now, a battle is brewing in Congress over whether or not doctors and hospitals should be forced to disclose this information to the public. Democrats are advancing legislation that would make it easier for patients… Read More »
Do DoorDash Drivers Have Professional Liability Policies?
If you’ve ever driven for Uber, then you know that Uber has its own insurance policy that kicks in when a driver is enroute to either pick up a customer or drop one off. Otherwise, their own personal auto policy is triggered. It does not work that way for Uber Eats or DoorDash. DoorDash… Read More »