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November 2016 Archives

Are changes in insurance law on the horizon?

Michigan, as well as the rest of the country, has recently been embroiled in debate regarding what is best for its citizens. These issues have been addressed from a political, economic and personal point of view. One thing is certain: the current and future climate in regard to insurance and insurance law will remain rather volatile in the foreseeable future.

Building a strong damages defense essential in medical malpractice litigation

In our last post, we mentioned a recently passed Senate bill which would close a loophole in state law that can allow medical malpractice plaintiffs to be awarded damages for medical costs which exceed the actual costs to the plaintiff. The aim of the bill is to prevent medical malpractice plaintiffs from obtaining a windfall through litigation.

Senate bill would close medical malpractice damages loophole in state law

In medical malpractice litigation, plaintiffs are keen to ensure that they maximize the amount of damages they obtain from the process. For plaintiffs, obtaining the greatest amount of damages possible is beneficial, but it adds costs to health care and potential liabilities for health care providers.

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