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Does Texas cap non-economic damages, like pain and suffering, for a person injured in a car accident
 
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Ralph Manginello, The Manginello Law Firm, PLLC, http://www.manginellolawfirm.com - (713) 234-6239. Texas Car Accident Law FAQs: http://thelaw.tv/houston/Car+Accident+Law Disclaimer: http://thelaw.tv/houston/About/disclaimer
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Texas Insurance Caps - Birth Injury Safety
 
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http://www.trialfirm.com/birth-injury/ - Attorney Laura Brown discusses Texas law for insurance caps for birth injury cases. Texas law caps the recovery for people in a medical malpractice case on something called non-economic damages. In layman’s terms what that means is if there is pain and suffering, if there is loss of enjoyment of life, if there is mental anguish that the types of damages that aren’t established by a receipt or a bill, Texas caps those. In my opinion arbitrarily and unfairly for somebody who’s severely injured. Babies, who have cerebral palsy as a result of a birth injury, can have significant contractures of their body where their arms and legs and muscles are really tight. That’s really painful. Also they lose a lot of the normal qualities of life and it’s a major issue, but unfortunately in Texas those are just capped. So when a child in Texas suffers a birth injury, it’s very important to find lawyers experienced in handling cases like that, to understand how to develop a case, in order to maximize the types of damages that are recovered under Texas law, in order to help the family with medical expenses, rehabilitation expenses, and to better the child’s life and the family’s life together as much as possible.
Update on Medical Malpractice Non Economic Damages
 
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Levin Papantonio Medical Malpractice Lawyer discusses Update on Medical Malpractice Non Economic Damages -- (800) 277-1193
What Potential Caps on Damages Could Mean for Your Personal Injury Case -- MO Lawyer Ben Schmitt
 
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What Potential Caps on Damages Could Mean for Your Personal Injury Case -- MO Lawyer Ben Schmitt http://www.injuryattorneysm.com (816) 389-4014 Personal injury attorney Ben Schmitt discusses the recent talks about caps on damages and what that could mean for your personal injury case. A cap on damages means that there would be a limit to the amount of money that you could recover in the event someone has caused you harm after an accident. But you need to know that it doesn't mean that all of the damages are limited. Each claim you make -- whether it's about lost wages or a loss of companionship with your spouse -- is referred to as a damage. Some are economic damages like medical bills and lost wages. Whereas loss of companionship plus pain and suffering fall under the non-economic damages category. The laws being passed focus on the non-economic damages, especially pain and suffering. They want to tell you that even if you're unable to walk or you're missing an eye, you're not entitled to more money than someone who broke a bone or only partially lost vision. We're here to fight for your rights and those of all of our injured victims. And we plan on doing so until all of your rights are protected and you're able to get all of the compensation you need to recover from your injuries. Watch this video to learn more. For more information, visit our educational website at http://www.injuryattorneysm.com , where we answer more of your questions with more videos about our law firm. If you have legal questions, I want you to call me at (816) 389-4014. I welcome your call. Schmitt Mulhern, LLC 3100 Broadway St. Suite 1420 Kansas City, MO 64111 (816) 389-4014
Lets ask the Lawyer about Catastrophic Damages and Tort Reform
 
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http://www.Mattlaw.com Catastrophic injuries are usually very obvious to identify and include brain injuries, paralysis, loss of a limb, blindness, or loss of an important bodily function. Despite the obviousness of their appearance, what is not so obvious is the long term needs that a person with a catastrophic injury will have. Catastrophic injuries generally result in monumental expenses. A child who is deprived of oxygen at birth that causes severe brain damage may require 24 hour nursing care and expensive medical assistance to provide the highest quality of care possible. The costs for such care over the life of the child can reach 15 to 25 million dollars. Or the loss of a limb may require extensive physical and vocational rehabilitation training to help bring victim back to the highest level quality of life. Also, they may need prosthetic appliances, wheel chairs, or numerous other items that are extremely expensive, and this equipment wears out and needs replacing and maintenance on a constant basis. In a trial when we ask a jury to award these past and future medical expenses, we use the assistance of experts who meet with each of the medical doctors to determine what needs and assistance the victim should have for their future care. These experts quantify the cost of each piece of equipment, tell us how long the equipment will last, and they tell us how many times the particular piece of equipment will need to be replaced during our client's expected life. Then using inflation rates for medical services and appliances they can accurately predict the costs of the services and equipment needed to help the victim maintain the highest quality of life. Unfortunately, the insurance companies will often say "why should we have to pay for these equipment and services when the state will provide it for free?" The answer is quite simple, it is the person who caused the injury who should bear the cost and burden of these expenses and not the taxpayers. Why should the insurance company who's responsible for the injuries to the victim be allowed to avoid their responsibility and cause the victim to become a burden on the state of Florida? Additionally, as we are all aware, the state of Florida is already burdened by millions of people who need very extensive medical care, and the resources are very limited. As a result, most of the people who rely upon the state of Florida to provide healthcare, receive only the minimum and substandard services available. It is quite clear that an injured victim's quality of life is greatly improved when the best healthcare services are provided to keep the victim living at their highest and fullest capacity. http://www.MattLaw.com
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Getting Non Economic Damages if Injured in an Auto Accident? Dallas Attorney
 
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Dallas auto accident attorney Joseph Morrison explains getting non-economic damages if injured in a car accident. Call us toll free at 1+800-371-8751 for a FREE Consultation! Mullen & Mullen Law Firm LOCATIONS 1825 Market Center Blvd #200 Dallas, Texas 75207 (214) 747-5240 8105 Rasor Boulevard #237 Plano, Texas 75024 (972) 947-3370 2770 Main St #258 Frisco, Texas 75033 (214) 529-3476 201 Main St #600 Fort Worth, Texas 76102 (817) 768-6680 Video Transcript: Am I Entitled to Non-Economic Damages if Injured in an Auto Accident? If you've been injured in an automobile accident, you may be entitled to a number of different non-economic damages. Unlike economic damages that were previously discussed, these damages are not easily quantifiable. The three biggest non-economic damages that we typically see are for pain and suffering in the past and future, mental anguish in the past and future, and physical impairment. Once again, both past and future. Establishing these damages can be done in a number of ways. One way is through the use of medical evidence. That will obviously indicate any functional limitations you have. Our office, when necessary, obtains experts who can establish these damages, whether it be doctors or life care planners.
Calculating Economic Damages in Wrongful Termination and Class Action Cases
 
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On January 10, 2017, The TASA Group, in conjunction with forensic economist Nora Ostrofe, presented a free, one-hour interactive webinar presentation, Calculating Economic Damages in Wrongful Termination and Class Action Cases, for all legal professionals. During this presentation, Ms. Ostrofe discussed: • Wrongful Termination Damages • Determining The Period of Loss • Expected Period of Unemployment • Determining Lost Earning Rate • Determining Future Earning Rate • Mitigation Earning Capacity • Discounting To Present Value Wages • Discounting Future Lost Wages to Present Value • Discovery • Opposing Experts • Consequential Damage • Class Action Cases About The Presenter: Nora Ostrofe has served as a forensic economist for the past 17 years. She has a Bachelor’s Degree in economics from UCLA, an MBA from St. Mary’s College, and a certificate in accounting with distinction from U.C. Berkeley.
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Why are There Caps in Medical Malpractice Lawsuits?
 
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In 1975 the California legislature passed a number of laws that were intended to reduce the cost of malpractice insurance for doctors and hospitals. These laws, which together were called the Medical Injury Compensation Reform Act (MICRA), included a $250,000 limitation on all non-economic damages in any medical malpractice case (e.g. pain and suffering damages only.) There is no limit to the amount of damages that can be recovered for economic losses in a California medical malpractice lawsuit. Visit http://www.fagellaw.com/FAQ/Why_is_There_a_Limit_on_Damages_.aspx for more information.
Texas Tort Reform Didn't Work
 
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DALLAS - Health care is a major issue in this presidential election. Everyone is trying to figure out how to pay for it without bankrupting our country. During his run for the White House, Governor Rick Perry pushed states to do as Texas did back in 2003 and cap medical malpractice lawsuits. The idea was, by eliminating frivolous lawsuits and capping the amount a jury can award, those benefits would be passed down to patients in the form of lower healthcare costs and more doctors working in Texas. But Fox 4 found some families don't buy it. "You are my sunshine, my only sunshine," Jennifer Dickerson sings to her baby daughter Ava on a family videotape. Dickerson will never forget those final moments when her daughter took her last breath. "I don't know how long I held her. It didn't seem long enough," Dickerson said. The Bernal family is reminded daily of what might have been for their 4-year-old, Kaylee. "They told us they did not know the extent of the damage without having a heart beat that long," Robert Bernal said. And Bill and Kelly Putnam watched Kelly's dad drown in front of them at a nursing home. "He is flailing his arms and legs for his last breath and then he stops," said Bill Putnam. These North Texas families all believe they were victims of medical malpractice and they all hit the same brick wall. "No one will take the case," said Jennifer Dickerson. "It is going to be too expensive." "We cannot even get it filed," said Robert Bernal. "There is nothing we can do because of tort reform," said Bill Putnam. Back in 2003, the Texas Legislature passed tort reform and later Governor Rick Perry and his wife pushed voters to change the constitution. "Proposition 12 protects your family," said Anita Perry in a television commercial. But did it? The reform put caps of $250,000 on non-economic damages like pain and suffering. That means people who don't work, like the elderly, babies and stay-at-home parents are limited even if they win a malpractice lawsuit. Perry called it a win for Texans and during his presidential run he claimed much-needed doctors were coming to Texas. "This last year, 21,000 more physicians [are] practicing medicine in Texas because they know they can come there and do what they love and not be sued frivolously," Perry said. But within days Politifact, a government fact checking project run by the Tampa Bay Times, reported Perry was "flat out wrong." It said his numbers were off by almost 8,000. With the courthouse doors being closed off to so many, Fox 4 questioned who are the winners and the losers. "The big winners have to be the patients who have more access to specialized and timely care than they previously did," said Jon Opelt of Texas Alliance for Patient Access. The group represents doctors, hospitals, nursing homes and insurance companies. "The physician growth in Texas has been dramatic since the passage of these reforms," said Opelt. "It has been dramatic in Dallas, Texas." "Some of that is simple distortion," said Charles Silver, a law professor at University of Texas at Austin. Silver says doctors are coming to Texas because the population is growing. Silver is part of the only educational research group that studied the historical growth rate. Was it dramatic? He says not even close. "Doctors came to Texas in numbers every year before 2003 and they would have kept coming here after 2003, had there been no tort reform," Silver said. In fact, Silver's group, which gets no money from special interests, says the rate of growth actually slowed after tort reform in Texas. "Texas has fallen farther and farther and farther behind the average U.S, state." he continued. So what about insurance coverage? "We had 13 insurance companies writing coverage in this state and that dwindled to just 4," Jon Opelt said. Opelt said after tort reform was passed, insurance companies returned to Texas and premiums for doctors have gone down substantially, around 50 percent. So have those costs been passed on to consumers like us? "We are paying higher bills," said Tom Smith of Public Citizen. "The cost of health care premiums in Texas has gone up 51 percent." Studies show the average Texas family paid around $9,000 for health insurance in 2003 and more than $14,000 in 2010. That is $655 higher than the national average of $13,871. "The number of people who have insurance has increased. As a percentage of the whole, it has decreased," said Opelt. In other words, more people have insurance in Texas because our population has grown but studies show more than a quarter, 27.8 percent, have no insurance -- giving Texas top honors for the most residents uninsured. "Someone needs to stand up and say this has got to stop," said Bill Putnam.
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Types of Compensation You May Recover in a Medical Malpractice Case – TX Lawyer Chris King explains
 
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Types of Compensation You May Recover in a Medical Malpractice Case – TX Lawyer Chris King explains http://www.HartleyHamptonLaw.com 713-658-0231 Listen as Chris King details the types of damages that may be available to you if you have a valid medical malpractice case in Texas. The first type of compensation that may be available to you would be for economic damages. These include lost wages, the loss of ability to earn an income and medical bills. An additional type of claim that you might be able to make would be for the loss of household services. This would include the costs to run your household on a daily basis. Finally, you may be entitled to noneconomic damages, which would include pain and suffering. Watch the video to learn more. If you have questions about your medical malpractice case, I want you to call me at 713-658-0231. I welcome your call. Visit our educational website at http://www.HartleyHamptonLaw.com to view more videos and media content from our law firm. Hampton & King 3 Riverway, Suite 910 Houston, TX 713-658-0231 http://www.HartleyHamptonLaw.com Phone: 713-658-0231
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What is my Accident Case Worth? Berger and Green Injury Lawyers
 
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http://www.BergerandGreen.com. 1-800-999-2626. Another question that's very important to potential clients is, what's my case worth? That's a difficult question to answer, particularly at the beginning of the case. Cases are valued based upon the injuries and the treatment the client undergoes. There are a number of other factors such as, out of pocket costs, liens from health care providers, including the Department of Public Welfare and Medicare. All of these elements add up to provide us with a sense of the valuation of the case. Medical treatment and the records reflecting that treatment are a main driver for the damages that the client has sustained. In Pennsylvania there are two general areas of damages that are recoverable, there's economic and non-economic. Economic damages are those damages that consist of things that you can calculate, lost wages, liens, out of pocket costs. Non-economic damages are those damages that relate to the clients individual pain and suffering, scarring, disfigurement, the lost of the enjoyment of life as a result of somebody else's negligence. Of course, those elements and damages are important to review specific to each clients case. So, what I often tell my clients, when they ask me, when they retain me, what's my case worth?, I often tell them that once I have all of the medical records and they've concluded their treatment, either by reaching maximum medical improvement or released from treatment, that I will review all of the records and the economic damages and prior to making a demand upon the negligent party I will contact them and tell them exactly what I think the value of their case s worth.
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No Cap Insurance for Birth Injury Claims - Birth Injury Safety
 
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http://www.trialfirm.com/birth-injury/ - Contact the Texas birth injury attorneys for questions about insurance caps for claims. When a child suffers a severe injury at birth, an injury to his or her brain, there are lots of damages that occur as a result of that. There will be medical expenses for the child, in the past and also into the child’s future. There will be rehabilitation costs that are needed for the child, future medical care and rehabilitation to maximize the child’s potential. Those are what we call economic damages. There are also non- economic damages, things like physical pain and suffering. A baby with a birth injury can have contractures of his body where the arms or legs are very very tight and that’s very painful to the child and needs, child needs treatment as a result of that. There can also be significant impacts to the quality of that person’s life. Those kinds of damages are typically referred to as non-economic damages. Some states will place a cap on the recovery of non-economic damages, it’s just an arbitrary number, there’s just a maximum that can be recovered and that’s it. Other states don’t have that cap and they allow a jury to listen to all of the evidence about the effect of the child and they let the jury make a determination about what’s fair in that particular circumstance. So if you have a child that suffered a severe birth injury, you need to know what the law is in your particular state. You need to know what types of damages are recoverable and then whether or not there will be any caps applied to your child’s recovery. So you need to find an attorney who is experienced in birth injury law and litigation and who can advise you about what the law is in your particular state and help you understand what you may be able to recover for your child’s future.
What Are Non-Economic Damages in a Car Accident Case in New York? Attorney Oginski Explains
 
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http://www.Oginski-Law.com/ New York Medical Malpractice Trial Attorney Phone: 516-487-8207 Email: lawmed10@yahoo.com You were involved in a serious car accident and are contemplating bringing a lawsuit here in NY. You heard about something called "non-economic damages" and want to learn more about what that is. When you bring a lawsuit seeking money for your injuries, there are different types of monetary damages that you can recover. There are economic damages and there are noneconomic damages. Economic damages are relatively straightforward. They would include things that we can calculate such as how much money you lost from your job as a result of being out of work. We can calculate what your medical expenses were. We can calculate what your bills are going to be for the future based upon the treatment you are going to need. Non-economic damages are not as easy to calculate. Those consist of the suffering and the pain that you have endured from the time of your injury up until trial and from trial into the foreseeable future. Watch the video to learn more... Here's a cardiac malpractice case where I was able to achieve a $6 million dollar settlement for my client: http://www.oginski-law.com/video/cardiac-malpractice-in-ny.cfm Here's a foot surgery case where a Westchester, NY jury awarded my client $1.55 million dollars for her pain and suffering: http://ow.ly/azKg6 To learn more about how medical malpractice cases work in the state of New York, I encourage you to explore my educational website, ‪http://www.Oginski-Law.com‬. If you have legal questions, I invite you to pick up the phone and call me at 516-487-8207 or by email at lawmed10@yahoo.com. This is what I do every day and I'd be happy to chat with you. Law Office of Gerald Oginski 25 Great Neck Road, Ste. 4 Great Neck, NY 11021 516-487-8207 Email: lawmed10@yahoo.com Twitter: @GerryOginski
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What Is Emotional Distress Damages?
 
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Emotional distress compensation claims the personal injury what are emotional damages in florida? . Emotional distress damages in a personal injury case alllaw emotional articles jury. It doesn't matter what civil tort cases often include a discussion of emotional distress as part calculating damages, or how much the person responsible for causing compensation. To a court they are entitled to damages given the difficulty of proof 29 may 2012 turn on any episode 'judge judy' and you'll likely see litigants claiming emotional distress as part their. In most personal injury cases damages for pain and suffering (non economic damages) will be greater often significantly so than such things as medical bills lost wages 20 jul 2017 in an employment discrimination case under title vii of the 1964 civil rights act, sexual harassment or glass ceiling promotion 24 jan 2018 one common injuries suffered a serious accident is emotional distress trauma. So when can you sue for emotional distress? Common law. Generally, you can only receive them if suffered a physical harm in some 30 nov 2017 emotional distress claims present unique issues idaho injury litigation. Related to your injuries 6 apr 2018 whether you can recover damages for emotional distress in a lawsuit will depend upon state laws and the facts of case. Emotional distress definition under georgia state law. Good lawyers can help you evaluate whether your emotional distress damages for or mental prohibited in contract actions exception. Generally, you 27 nov 2017 can bring a suit for emotional damages without physical injury in california under an intentional or negligent infliction of distress distressan increasingly popular basis claim lawsuits due to the negligence acts anotherEmotional personal case alllaw. Googleusercontent search. An emotional distress claim is usually brought by plaintiffs who have suffered extreme suffering and trauma resulted from an intentional or accidental injury 30 nov 2012 if you believe are a victim of following accident, read on to learn qualifies for damages 4 feb 2013 may be one the most difficult injuries prove. John foy can i file a lawsuit for emotional damages in california if was distress legal dictionary. Call 1800 958 498 for a free assessment 14 feb 2018 florida places an important limit on emotional distress damages. While alabama's early common law prohibited compensation for mental anguish emotional distress,2 the appellate courts of this state be 29 jun 2017 when accidents (or other events) do not cause physical injuries, however, pursuing damages distress under texas can 20 mar 2013 they argued that where injury consists distress, fourth circuit usually finds six figure awards excessive are money recovered any form such as anxiety, sleep loss, humiliation and psychological trauma. Ways to prove emotional distress injured findlaw blogs. Emotional distress damages can be a major component of recovery in personal injury case. In an action for breach of ob
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What Kinds Of Pain And Suffering Claims Are Involved In Car Accident Cases? | (219) 874-4878
 
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http://www.michigancityinjurylaw.com Pejic & DiMartino, P.C. 1000 Washington Street Michigan City, IN 46360 (219) 874-4878 Indiana lawyer Guy DiMartino discusses the kinds of pain and suffering claims people have to make after a car accident has occurred in Michigan City, Indiana. For More Information about Personal Injury Please Visit http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Personal_injury For More Videos Of Attorney Guy S. DiMartino Please Subscribe https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCPQC0ZtxpmZQX_--zMyTrWw Related Videos https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eydwnXxJArs https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pTmwpZGpqRc https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rGKc9ZUxm08 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ubv2LqFhToM https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M8l1e3S0V3g
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Litigation and Tort Reform | Panel 4
 
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"The Impact of Caps: Non-Economic Compensatory Damages and Punitive Damages" presented by Ronald J. Allen, Catherine M. Sharkey and Ronen Avraham. Northwestern University School of Law. March 30, 2007.
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Can I receive damages for pain and suffering in a Texas medical malpractice case?
 
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Michelle Wan, Thomas & Wan LLP, http://www.thomasandwan.com - (713) 234-6119. Texas Medical Malpractice Law FAQs: http://thelaw.tv/houston/Medical+Malpractice+Law Disclaimer: http://thelaw.tv/houston/About/disclaimer
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Texas Personal Injury Attorney - Jerry Treviño - Accident Help News Interview
 
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Download the accident safety app at http://www.trevinolawapp.com Jerry J. Trevino is a Texas personal injury attorney with two Texas offices. One in Corpus Christi and the other in Harlingen. Visit Jerry's website for important tips on Texas Law here http://www.jtrevinolaw.com or call us at 800-LAW-8440
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Workers' Compensation? Personal Injury? or Both? Maximize Your Compensation
 
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California Law does not allow you to sue your employer for negligence. So if you are injured at work as a result of the fault of your employer, Workers' Compensation Benefits are you only remedy. BUT what if you're injured due to the fault of someone other than your boss? You may be able to make a claim or file a lawsuit against that other person or entity. This video created by California Attorney Lowell Steiger explains this very important avenue of financial recovery in a workers' compensation / personal injury case!
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Medical Liability Reform rallies & TV 2002-2003
 
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Clips from rallies and TV appearances Dr. Donald Palmisano and other doctors in AMA during the battle for medical liability reform in 2002-2003. Nightline TV etc. The medical liability bill passed the House of Representatives and there was majority support in the Senate but a filibuster blocked it in the Senate as it was not possible to get 60 votes for cloture on July 9, 2003 to end the filibuster. However, reform was accomplished in some states in 2003 including the landmark law in Texas where the state constitution was changed by patients and doctors in Texas working together to pass Proposition 12 to allow caps on non-economic damages and the legislature put a cap on non-economic damages. Medical liability policies immediately dropped in cost and so many doctors moved to Texas as a result that the licensing board had to hire more people to process the applications.
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Brownsville TX Auto Accident Lawyer|(956) 215-7400
 
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We were able to help this young lady find an attorney in Brownsville, TX who was able to make the insurance company pay for her pain and suffering and damages
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Can I claim pain and suffering?
 
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Can I claim and suffering on my workers comp claim? Attorney Brian Weekley of Snow, Carpio & Weekley explains if you can or can not.
We the People - Challenging Georgia's malpractice caps
 
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The following is a short film on Betty Nestlehutt. After receiving plastic surgery, Mrs. Nestlehutt, 72, was left with severe injuries to her face. Her ordeal and the botched procedure has caused Georgias arbitrary $350k cap on damages to come under fire at the GA Supreme Court. Warning: This film includes graphic images and may upset some viewers. In 2005, the Georgia legislature passed a law (SB 3) to substitute their judgment for that of the people in the courtroom. This law offends the constitutional rights of patients who, like Mrs. Nestlehutt, are left permanently disfigured by the negligent acts of another. Now, Ms. Nestlehutt is challenging this law. The Supreme Court of Georgia will be ruling in March 2010 on the constitutionality of Georgia's $350,000 cap on non-economic damages. The law was ostensibly passed to respond to the high cost of medical liability insurance. But, as the film shows, rates have not dropped significantly in the last five years, and have tracked with national trends. What's more, the new laws have not spurred competition in the medmal insurance market: in 2005 there were 139 insurers offering coverage in Georgia. Today there are only 138. Caps didn't solve the insurance problem, it just increased the profits of insurers. It's a one-size-fits-all, big government solution that restricts the fundamental rights of injured patients and their families.
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Physician Kaylea Boutwell, MD on the need for Tort Reform in Missouri
 
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http://ShowMeTortReform.com In 2012, the Missouri Supreme Court struck down Missouri's 2005 tort reform measure. Without caps on non-economic damages, Missouri is open to runaway costs from frivolous lawsuits - a situation that impacts patient access, healthcare costs, and Missouri's efforts to retain and recruit physicians. Learn more at: www.ShowMeTortReform.com
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What constitutes pain and suffering in a Texas auto accident case?
 
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What constitutes pain and suffering in a Texas auto accident case? Thomas J. Henry, the largest personal injury firm in Texas, serves clients nationwide. Visit https://thomasjhenrylaw.com/ for more information. Speak to an injury attorney at (877)969-8159 – Available 24/7, nights and weekends. Thomas J. Henry has law offices in San Antonio, Corpus Christi, and Houston. Corpus Christi 521 Starr Street, Corpus Christi, Texas 78401 Tel. (361) 985-0600 San Antonio 4715 Fredericksburg Rd, Suite 507, San Antonio, Texas 78229 Tel. (210) 656-1000 Houston 12 Greenway Plaza, Suite 1100, Houston, Texas 77046 Tel. (713) 338-2525 You know, in Texas, pain and suffering is an element of damages a jury can consider. Juries get to consider how you feel. If you can't sleep, if you're hurting all the time, if you've gone through surgeries, if you have to go through future surgeries. Pain and suffering is a very personal feeling, but it's something the jury can look at and award money damages for a variety of elements that lead to pain and suffering. • Learn more about car accidents: https://thomasjhenrylaw.com/practice-areas/accidents/automobile-accidents/ • Discover all of the personal injury cases we handle: https://thomasjhenrylaw.com/practice-areas/ • Call and speak with an auto accident attorney today: https://thomasjhenrylaw.com/contact-us/ If you or a loved one were injured in an auto accident, contact Thomas J. Henry Injury Attorneys. Our experienced car crash lawyers are available 24/7, nights and weekends. Call (877)969-8159 today for a free legal consultation or visit our website https://thomasjhenrylaw.com for more information. View more personal injury and accident videos from Thomas J. Henry: https://www.youtube.com/user/thomasjhenrylaw
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Recovering Punitive Damages in Car Accident
 
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Can I recover punitive damages if the accident was really intentional?
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Houston Personal Injury Attorney, Texas City Wrongful Death
 
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http://www.burwell-nebout.com/ Burwell Nebout Trial Lawyers have been successfully representing Texans involved in accidents for over 36 years. From the most serious industrial accidents to automobile accidents.
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Cap on Medical Malpractice Verdicts - Info from Virginia Injury Attorneys
 
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Jim Lewis and Mark Favaloro, two experienced Virginia medical malpractice attorneys, discuss the cap on damages for medical malpractice lawsuits. Mark explains that a damage cap is a limit on the amount of financial damages that can be pursued by a victim seriously injured through medical negligence. The logic behind damage caps is flawed and results in jury verdicts being struck down or reduced for no good reason, aside from the cap. Below is a link explaining the damage cap in Virginia: http://www.hsinjurylaw.com/faqs/what-is-the-virginia-medical-malpractice-cap-and-what-does-it-mean-to-a-patient-injured-by-a-med.cfm .
What is the Limitation on Damages on a Medical Malpractice Claim?
 
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What is the Limitation on Damages in a medical malpractice case? How could limitation on Damages effect my medical malpractice case? http://www.davidrickslaw.com/ David Ricks of the Inland Empire Law Group handles personal injury in Rancho Cucamonga and throughout the Inland Empire in Southern California. Navigating medical malpractice claims can be difficult. You may ask yourself: Do I have a good case? Do I need a lawyer? How much compensation can I get for my pain and suffering? David wants you to have the information and knowledge you need. We provide legal services in the following personal injury practice areas: *Car, Truck, Motorcycle, Pedestrian, and Cyclist Accident Cases *Slip and Fall Accidents and Premises Liability Cases *Dog Bite and Animal Attack Cases *Medical Malpractice and Surgical Error Cases *Wrongful Death Cases 8600 Utica Ave., Suite 200 Rancho Cucamonga, CA 91730 TELEPHONE: (909) 481-0100 In a medical malpractice case there are certain limitations of damages. These limitations prevent us from recovering more than the amount that the law has imposed as a maximum for what is called pain and suffering or general damages. Now let me give you an example of the difference between what might happen with a medical malpractice case or, let's say a truck accident. In a truck accident if you had a serious injury there's no limitation of the amount that a jury could award you for pain and suffering. But in a malpractice case, if the doctor cased the same or similar injuries as the truck accident your maximum recovery is two hundred and fifty thousand dollars for pain and suffering damages, or disfigurement, or something like that. Now, there are some other damages that can be awarded, these are called special damages, such as loss of employment, future medicals, past medical expenses, things that can be itemized. But pain and suffering is limited to two hundred and fifty thousand dollars in California. There are some exceptions, and to get around those limitations you need to make sure you consult with a really good medical malpractice attorney.
PLG - What does pain and suffering mean in regards to my personal injury case?
 
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What does pain and suffering mean in regards to my personal injury case?
Recover Damages For Medical Bills, Past & Present Lost Wages, Pain & Suffering
 
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In Texas, if you've been in an accident and you make a claim, the law allows you to recover for your damages. Basically, there are three main components to those damages: lost wages, medical bills and pain and suffering. Call the Anderson Law Firm at 1-877-294-1115 or visit the firm online at http://www.maafirm.com/
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Determining Damages for Pain and Suffering
 
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If you or a loved one has been injured in an accident and want to learn about the damages that you may be entitled to receive contact St. Louis injury lawyer Chris Dysart. Once Mr. Dysart has learned about your situation he can explain the legal process for recovering for your injuries, and can answer any questions that you may have about how pain and suffering are determined.
Views: 163283 The Dysart Law Firm P.C.
What constitutes pain and suffering in a California auto accident case?
 
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Mike Padilla, O'Mara & Padilla, Attorneys at Law, http://www.oplawfirm.com - (619) 800-6905. California Car Accident Law FAQs: http://thelaw.tv/sandiego/Car+Accident+Law Disclaimer: http://thelaw.tv/sandiego/About/disclaimer
Views: 72 OMaraLawTV
Nix Tort Reform Video Short.wmv
 
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This video discusses Senate Bill 863, which passed the Oklahoma Senate today. This legislation places a arbitrary $250,000.00 damages cap on non-economic damages in all civil cases in Oklahoma no matter how catastrophically injured the Oklahomans (brain injured child, paraplegic, quadraplegic, etc.) This law benefits negligent corporations and their multi-million dollar insurance companies and victimizes the most vulnerable and severely injured Oklahomans.
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injury attorney
 
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injury attorney A personal injury lawyer is a lawyer who provides legal representation to those who claim to have been injured, physically or psychologically, as a result of the negligence or wrongdoing of another person, company, government agency, or other entity. Thus, personal injury lawyers tend to be especially knowledgeable and have more experience with regard to the area of law known as tort law, which includes civil wrongs and economic or non-economic damages to a person’s property, reputation, or rights. Even though personal injury lawyers are trained and licensed to practice virtually any field of law, they generally only handle cases that fall under tort law including work injuries, automobile and other accidents, defective products, medical mistakes, and slip and fall accidents. The expression "trial lawyers" can refer to personal injury lawyers, even though most cases handled by personal injury lawyers settle rather than going to trial and other types of lawyers, such as defendants' lawyers and criminal prosecutors, also appear in trials. Subscribe my channel
Views: 11 Earning Online
Are punitive damages available in a California auto accident case?
 
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Daniel Rodriguez, Rodriguez and Associates, http://www.rodriguezlaw.net/ - (661) 263-4058. California Car Accident Law FAQs: http://thelaw.tv/bakersfield/Car+Accident+Law Disclaimer: http://thelaw.tv/bakersfield/About/disclaimer
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Is there a limit to pain and suffering damages you can receive when injured in a PA car accident?
 
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Richard Freeburn, founding attorney at Freeburn & Hamilton answers your questions! If you or a loved one has been injured in an accident, call the 7's (717) 777-7777 or visit www.pa-injurylawyer.com for a free consultation.
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Georgia Medical Malpractice / Worker's Compensation Attorney
 
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Murphy & Associates, LLC, handles serious Auto Accidents, Medical Malpractice, Trucks Accidents and Worker's Compensation cases. We focus on our clients needs, and we have never lost sight of who we represent and why. Our primary goal is the achievement of the best possible result for each client, obtained by truly knowing our clients and understanding their injuries. Our firm's investment in technology that helps us track and store case information furthers our commitment to providing our clients with the very best. We handle many cases within Georgia including in Decatur, Atlanta, Marietta, Fulton County, DeKalb County, and Cobb County.
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Am I Entitled To Pain & Suffering Compensation?
 
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Am I Entitled To Pain & Suffering Compensation? | Workers' Compensation Attorney http://www.HorganLawOffice.com Attorney Dan Horgan of Horgan Law Office in New London, Connecticut discusses whether you may be entitled to pain and suffering compensation. Since 1993, the attorneys of the Horgan Law Office in New London, Connecticut (CT), have been providing personal injury representation to clients throughout the entire state of Connecticut. Some of these areas in Connecticut include New London, Norwich, Hartford, New Haven, Groton, Waterford, New London County, Hartford County, Windham County, New Haven County and Middlesex County. Horgan Law Office 111 Huntington Street (2 Whale Oil Row) New London, CT 06320 Office: (860) 442-9099 Email: djh@horganlawoffice.com http://www.HorganLawOffice.com
Views: 59 Horgan Law Office
Hamilton Personal Injury Lawyer - Allen Wynperle
 
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http://www.wynperlelaw.ca/hamilton-personal-injury-lawyer/ Wynperle Law 866-696-0300 25 Main St. West, Suite 400 Hamilton, Ontario L8P 1H1 Wynperle Law's very own Hamilton Personal Injury Lawyer, Allen Wynperle.
Views: 285 Wynperle Law
Biggest CA Personal Injury Mistake #10: Not Keeping a Pain Diary
 
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http://www.jurewitz.com -- San Diego auto accident lawyer Ross Jurewitz of the Jurewitz Law Group, a California personal injury law firm, discusses his free book, The Ten Biggest Mistakes that can Destroy Your California Accident Case, and here discusses Mistake #10: failing to keep a pain diary. Because your injury accident claim will not get to trial until a year or two or even longer after the day of the accident, keeping a pain diary of your daily complaints is important to document your pain and suffering for the insurance company. For more free helpful information or to order your free copy of our book, please call 888-233-5020. http://www.freecaliforniainjurybook.com
Views: 332 Jurewitz Law Group
Lexington Personal Injury Attorney - Dog Bites
 
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http://www.snellinjurylaw.com - Learn more about dog bite injuries and what is covered under South Carolina Law.
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Lawmakers 2/16/2005
 
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Governor Sonny Perdue today signed Senate Bill 3, Tort Reform legislation into law. The bill caps non-economic damages for pain and suffering at $350,000 or just over $1 million for multiple defendants. The Governor signed the bill in a ceremony at Northside Hospital in Atlanta, Lawmakers David Zelski has that story. The Wireless Privacy Act passed the Senate Science and Technology Committee today. Senate Bill 46 would require cell phone service providers to obtain consent from customers before their contact information is published in any directory. Lawmakers Chriss Knight has more. Democratic leadership says the HOPE scholarship is under siege. Today Minority Leaders Representative DuBose Porter and Senator Robert Brown cited two pieces of legislation they say put the future of the program in danger, including the Governor's proposed GACollege411.org website. Senate Bill 4, a measure designed to balance state and federal road fund allocation passed the Senate today. The bill would take interstates out of the Congressional balancing equation. Lawmakers Jesse Freeman has the details.
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How Do You Collect for Pain & Suffering After a Car Accident?
 
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http://www.ithacainjurylawyer.com New York car accident cases always have two main issues: 1. Liability: Who is at fault? 2. Damages: What are the medical bills, wage loss, and human losses (pain and suffering, loss of enjoyment of life) This video explains why you have to prove serious injury in New York to collect for pain and suffering (human loss) damages. There are specific criteria that have to be met. This threshold is vital to any New York car/ truck accident case. As a chiropractor, I testified in Court on behalf of patients, gave depositions, and wrote medical reports for personal injury cases. With this perspective in mind, I take you behind the door or the scene so to speak to the thought process of a chiropractor/lawyer who understands the connections, links, and bridges that must be made for a successful personal injury case. I am a doctor of chiropractic and attorney at law. My law practice focuses on criminal defense, and auto injury. To learn more about how injury law works in the State of New York I encourage you to explore my educational materials. My you tube library has over 100 medico-legal videos or you can visit my blog. If you have any legal questions, I urge you to pick up the phone and call since I can answer them at 607-229-5184 or by e-mail at newman.lawrence@gmail.com. I welcome your call. Law Offices of Lawrence A. Newman 504 North Aurora Street Ithaca, NY 14850 http://www.ithacainjurylawyer.com
Car Accident in NY- You're Hesitant to Bring Lawsuit...Here's What You Need to Know
 
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Car Accident in New York- You're Hesitant to Bring Lawsuit...Here's What You Need to Know http://www.oginski-law.com/library/new-york-car-accidents-12-key-deposition-techniques-in-a-car-accident-case.cfm New York Car Accident Lawyer 516-487-8207 Email: Gerry@Oginski-Law.com There are some car accident victims who feel that despite their injuries, they should not bring a lawsuit. They feel guilty. They feel embarrassed. They worry what their friends, neighbors and family will think. They don't want to be like “Those other greedy people” who bring a lawsuit at the drop of a hat. They are not litigious. They're not the type of people to sue. If that's how you feel, that's perfectly okay. However, before you reach that ultimate conclusion, you need to think strongly about what the future will look like for you. Will you be able to pay your ongoing medical bills for the injuries you suffered as a result of someone else's carelessness? Will you be disabled and unable to work into the future? If so, how will you provide for yourself and your family? How will you pay for your kids education and college if you're unable to work as a result of the injuries caused by a careless driver? Will you lived contentedly with the pain, suffering, aggravation and inconvenience with injuries that were wrought upon you? Is it fair to have to live your life with a permanent disability without being fully compensated for the harms and losses you suffered? In this video, I have no intention of convincing you to do anything you don't want to do. If you feel bringing a lawsuit is not something you're able to do because of your religious or moral beliefs, there is nothing wrong with that. However, keep in mind that the longer you wait to bring a lawsuit against someone who caused you harm as a result of their carelessness, the greater chance that you will miss the deadline to file suit. If you're able to show successfully that the other driver was careless and violated the rules of the road and that carelessness was a cause of your injuries, then the law also requires them to repay you a debt that they now owe as a result of you suffering these terrible injuries. You can choose not to do anything. That's your choice. However, if you wait too long and the time limit to file a lawsuit has expired, there is nothing you will be able to do after that point in order to seek money for all the injuries you experienced. Watch the video to learn more... Here's a cardiac malpractice case where I was able to achieve a $6 million dollar settlement for my client: http://www.oginski-law.com/video/cardiac-malpractice-in-ny.cfm Here's a foot surgery case where a Westchester, NY jury awarded my client $1.55 million dollars for her pain and suffering: http://ow.ly/azKg6 To learn more about how car accident cases work in the state of New York, I encourage you to explore my educational website, http://www.oginski-law.com/library/new-york-car-accidents-12-key-deposition-techniques-in-a-car-accident-case.cfm‬. If you have legal questions, I invite you to pick up the phone and call me at 516-487-8207 or by email at Gerry@Oginski-Law.com. This is what I do every day and I'd be happy to chat with you. Law Office of Gerald Oginski 25 Great Neck Road, Ste. 4 Great Neck, NY 11021 516-487-8207 Email: Gerry@Oginski-Law.com
Views: 107 Gerry Oginski
What constitutes pain and suffering in a Florida auto accident case?
 
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Miami Beach Auto Accident Lawyer David Kleinberg explains: What constitutes pain and suffering in a Florida auto accident case? For more information: Neufeld, Kleinberg & Pinkiert, PA | 2641 NE 207th Street, Miami, Florida 33180 | Toll Free: 800-379-TEAM (8326), Miami: 305-931-6666, Broward: 954-523-8292 | http://www.neufeldlawfirm.com/motor-vehicle-accidents/car-accidents/
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Personal Injury Lawyers Toronto - Barrows Law
 
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Website: http://ontlawyer.com/ - Barrows Law firm is top law firm where you can get the best Personal Injury Lawyer in Toronto to work on your case. Our approach ensures that your personal injury claim is handled compassionately and expertly by a specialist personal injury lawyers in Toronto, who can ensure that your claim provides for your future health and well being.
Views: 230 Steven Barrows
What losses are covered by uninsured motorist insurance?
 
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San Mateo County Personal Injury Attorney Reuben Donig: The same losses are covered by your uninsured motorist policy as you are able to collect from the other side. You're entitled to collect all of your economic and all of your non-economic damages. Economic damages means your past and future medical expenses, your past and future income losses, your past and future other out of pocket expenses, if you're going to need long time healthcare or long time assisted living, if you're going to need to have a maid as a result of being unable to take care of your house, or a gardener. All of these out of pocket expenses are damages, economic damages. And, you're entitled to collect them from your uninsured motorist policy just the same as if you were making a claim against the driver who caused your injuries. And, you're also entitled to collect your non-economic damages. Your pain, your suffering, all of the reasonable compensation that will fully and appropriately compensate you for the harm, the non-economic harm, the unwelcome lifestyle changes, the pain that you have experienced and will experience, and the effect of those pains. If you lose the use of an arm, and you liked to play a musical instrument, the piano, and you can't play it anymore, that's a huge loss to a great component of your life. And, you're entitled to be compensated for that. If you're unable to sleep well at night due to pain; if you're unable to be close or intimate with family members or your spouse; if you're unable to socialize as before; if you're unable to enjoy activities as before, recreational or do household chores. All of those things have to computed and calculated in some fair and reasonable fashion to compensate you for your non-economic damages. You are entitled to recover those economic damages from your uninsured motorist policy, so long as the amount of your claim does not exceed the policy limit that you've purchased. Attorney Reuben Doing: It applies when you've been injured by a motorist who doesn't have insurance which would include a hit and run driver or who doesn't have enough insurance to fully compensate you. One of the most common misconceptions that people have is that they think they're only covered by their uninsured motorist policy when they're involved in a car accident in their own car or in the covered car. That's just simply not true, that's not the case. If you're walking across the street and you're hit by a uninsured or under insured driver, your uninsured motorist coverage will apply. If you're on a bicycle and a car hits you, your uninsured motorist coverage will apply. If you're sitting on a sidewalk cafe and a car jumps the curve and causes you injury, your uninsured motorist coverage will apply. It applies not just when you're in your car; it applies anytime another driver operating a motor vehicle causes you injury and damages. (Attorney Reuben Donig specializes in personal injury law and premises liability, including auto and car accidents in San Mateo County, Santa Clara County, Alameda County and San Francisco County. Visit him at www.doniglaw.com if you have a question you’d like to ask).
Views: 339 Reuben Donig
What constitutes pain and suffering in a Florida auto accident case?
 
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Kemp & Ruge Law Group Personal Injury Car & Auto Accident FAQ's, www.kempruge.com
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Haslam Offers Example Of Tort Reform Creating Jobs
 
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Tennessee Gov. Bill Haslam says he doesn't know how many jobs will be created by OKing a new law imposing caps on lawsuit damages, but says he recently spoke to officials looking to move their business to Tennessee and tort laws were one of their key concerns. For more, go to http://www.tnreport.com.
Views: 79 tnreporttv