When Public Clinics Make Medical Mistakes …

The challenge of litigating your claim against a Federally managed clinic is real. Immunities can apply to doctors and other individual healthcare providers – or they may not. Investigating the differences could be ‘make or break’ for your case. Choose your lawyer carefully. Here’s the story from the Kaiser news outlet. When Malpractice Occurs at […]

Normally, I’d Say Don’t ask the Chamber of Commerce or Forbes About Your Consumer Rights

But based on the states I’m familiar with, these numbers appear okay. What’s missing is the “knew or should have known” analysis – but perhaps they don’t want to acknowledge the extensions provided by those laws. Forbes Advisor List of Med Mal SOL’s  

My Dad and I Didn’t Battle The Charles Case With So Many Other Fine Lawyers, Just To See Florida’s Constitution Undone.

Despite our work in Charles versus Baptist, hospital lobbyists keep picking away at the patient safety disclosures voted for by Florida. As noted in a recent news story, the case my office handled established an important precedent (overturning the First DCA in the process). In a key 2017 ruling in a Jacksonville case, the Florida […]

Jury awards $28.6 million to man who lost legs when hit by Amtrak train

Many times, there are multiple causes and responsible parties to a terrible accident. Trial lawyers are tasked with identifying each of those parties prior to filing suit. At trial, it is the jury’s job to determine what percentage of blame to assign to each party. Trial lawyers can make recommendations in argument, but the decision […]

Yes, The Onion’s SCOTUS Brief Is Hysterical. And Brilliant.

The Onion is the world’s leading news publication, offering highly acclaimed, universally revered coverage of breaking national, international, and local news events. Rising from its humble beginnings as a print newspaper in 1756, The Onion now enjoys a daily readership of 4.3 trillion and has grown into the single most powerful and influential organization in […]

I’ll Say It Again, Trial Lawyers: Don’t Scream At The Judge.

Trial lawyers don’t win every argument in front of every judge. And, yes. Some of those losses come on significant issues and important cases. But here’s the thing: there are prescribed ways to deal with those disagreements. You can respectfully present that option to the judge and let him or her know that there are […]