In addition to a decision potentially raising medical liability insurance rates, a Connecticut high-court case could affect patient confidentiality and privacy.
Washington state’s highest court says a medical liability case in which an expert did not pinpoint specific standard-of-care violations cannot move forward.
AMA attorneys argued that unethical behavior at crisis pregnancy centers demonstrated a California law passed “strict scrutiny” test for regulating speech.
The Litigation Center for the American Medical Association and State Medical Societies fights to keep in place vital state measures such as noneconomic damage caps.
Should juries know whether insurer paid a plaintiff’s medical bills? Physicians say it’s fair law that helps keep liability insurance rates low.