Trying to find purpose, Trying to see meaning Trying to make sense of the nonsense that I’ve called My Life Cause only this river can bear me to safety Only this river can bear me away JJ Grey & Mofro, This River In 1979, I nearly missed a week long trip rafting down the Grand […]
Med Mal caps McFall down in Florida Last year’s decision overturning the compensatory damage limits in Florida Medical Malpractice Cases
A “hot-off-the-presses” and game changing Supreme Court Opinion: Sections of the Medical Malpractice Presuit Screening Rules Declared Unconstitutional for violating privacy rights. Defense attorneys no longer allowed to force informal presuit interviews. More to follow.
Back in the old stomping grounds in Broward County for one of our cases there. Things are changing. As usual, I park at our old office.
Two weeks ago, I ended a series of posts about the role of Senses in litigation (Taste, Touch, Smell, Sight, Hearing). About the time that I ended those, I ran across something even better. A real scientific explanation of what I was getting at – published in the Journal of Consumer Research. Here it is. So Close I Can […]
A new patient advocacy idea that could actually WORK. The American Patient Defense Union
Oral arguments were held yesterday in what will likely be the landmark decision on Wisconsin’s gerrymandering in Gill v Whitford. Gorsuch-Ginsberg exchange
Evanston Insurance Company tries to avoid indemnity for South Carolina Nursing Home employing fake physican. #QualityFraud Evanston-Summary-Judgment-Order.pd
Palm Harbor, Florida Doctor’s Quality Fraud gets him six years in prison from DOJ #QualityFraud
President Eisenhower created Law Day in the United States for the first day of May. This year, the American Bar Association has chosen the theme of the Fourteenth Amendment to the Constitution – the most cited and litigated provision in our Constitution. Passed in 1868 after the Civil War, Lincoln’s Gettysburg Address and the freeing […]