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What Do You Think About Medical Malpractice Awards?
&Quot;There Is Now A Great Controversy Over The Amount Monetary Awards Granted To Plaintiffs In Malpractice Lawsuits Brought Against Doctors And Other Medical Personnel By Patients.&Quot;
Some Awards, For Instance, Go Into The Millions. Do You Feel That Such Rewards Are Too Much? Do You Believe That There Should Be A Limit On The Amount Of Money That Can Be Awarded, And Why Or Why Not?
The reality is that the publicity about medical malpractice has been a disservice to many patients and probably been bad for health care.
According to a peer-reviewed study by (I think Harvard Medical School), fewer than 5% of victims of malpractice act on a claim. The few that do must find a doctor familiar with the area of practice in the community to review the claim and say that it has merit before they can even go forward. This is really hard, even for the best claim, and the money outlay is significant. Then they have to get through aggressive discovery by the insurance company, which can look into every aspect of the patient's life. Then they have to get past an opportunity for the Judge to throw it out. Then they have to prove to a jury of usually 12 people that they were harmed by negligence, and they must prove damages. They don't get anything for attorneys' fees unless they show the doctor was reckless or malicious. If the jury makes an award, which more than half don't, the Judge can reduce the award, but not increase it, or disregard the jury and throw it out. Then they have to survive one or two appeals.
Nobody knows how much the malpractice insurers are making, and they have a bizarre exemption from the antitrust laws that normally prohibit price fixing. Premiums have gone up, while claims and awards have gone down. "Defensive medicine" only seems to be practiced on people who can pay, so there is some doubt that liability is a cause rather than a pretext for the providers to make more money.
Contrary to suspicion you may have, I am not a malpractice lawyer. I have never handled a Plaintiff's malpractice claim, although I occasionally work for doctors. I am a lawyer by profession, but I work more as an economist. I started off believing that we have a problem with malpractice claims, delved into it, and changed my opinion 180 degrees. Problem in our society is that there is no PR campaign for people hurt by occasional careless doctors or hospitals.
Is The Search Legal? Help!!!?
Ok I Was On The Freeway Going At Regualr 65 Mph Speed, I Saw A High Patrol Car Right Behind Me But He Did Not Siren Or Turn His Lights On, After 30 Sec To A Minute He Turned His Lights On And Siren. There Was Nowhere For Me To Pull Over Because There Was A Merging Lane To My Right So I Stayed In My Lane And Got Off The Freeway At The Next Exit Because I Felt It Was The Safest Thing For Me To Do , Wen I Got Off The Freeway I Pulled Into A Neighborhood. After I Stopped He Ordered Me To Get Out Of The Car And Cuffed Me,He Asked Me Why I Was Running From The Cops And I Said I Was Looking For A Safe Place To Stop. He Then Started To Search My Car And Found Less Than A Gram Of Marijuana. After He Wrote All The Paperwork He Told Me That I Was Pulled Over For Tinted Windows.. Was The Search Legal??
Also Can The Cop Prove That I Was &Quot;Trying To Run Away&Quot; Without Writing Anything About It On The Citation
I Need Help
No. That was an illegal search. Get a lawyer and file a motion to suppress. Did you consent to the search? If not, then it was illegal. And it is perfectly legal to find a safe place to pull over as you described. As a woman, I will never pull over anywhere that I feel it to be unsafe and that includes desolate areas. It is legal to continue driving at a safe speed until you enter a populated area.
Steven's right about the fact that they will try to give you a failure to yield. But you can just as easily fight that and win on that as well. However; it is still not grounds for a search. That was still illegal. Police love to use that trick. Get an attorney. Don't get all your legal advice on here from annoynomous avatars.
Regarding Alimony, If The Receiving Spouse Remarries Is There Any Way He/She Can Keep Receiving Alimony?
I Have Been Arguing About This With A Friend Whos Parents Are Going Tru This. My Guess Is No If The Other Person Remarries Then Alimony Should Stop. But Is There Any Legal Or Any Alimony Way That If The Receiving Party Remarries That Person Needs To Keep Receiving Payments?
Please Answer Someone That Is An Attorney Or That Have Had This Experience The State This Is Happening Is In Florida In Case Its Needed
Alimony is for a person with NO means of income. Say a woman who has never worked nor is she presently working and has no other means of income.>> So remarrying changes it.
Now I wouldn't broadcast this to her. They might live together to spite the person. Keep mum on it.
What Can You Tell Me About Lawyer As A Profession???
It is a good profession and generally well paying . You also have alot of benefits and perks . The downside is the burnout issue cause you are dealing with peoples lives, emotions , and freedoms everyday and it can get depressing when you lose . There is a huge glut of lawyers at the moment and only the good lawyers are making big money .
I Am Creating An Online Directory With A List Of Businesses. Is It Legal To List Names Without Permission?
You're alright...nothing stops people from linking; there is no law on the Internet to stop linking. If you're are using a business name and linking to them...I'm sure 99% of the people would be happy.
Rate These Jobs In Terms Of Social Status?
Medical Doctor, Scientist ,Engineer, Air Pilot,Astronaut, Nurse Occupational Therapist ,Police Officer,Accountant ,Lawyer, Journalist ,Plumber And Macdonald Waiter
Question For Psychology Class And Pls Say Why Do You Think The Most Prestigious Deserves To Be That Way In Your Own Personal Viewpoint Thanks In Advance
Because nobody likes police. Aside from that, I ranked them according to how much training is involved in the career listed, and also based it on my idea of how much people value that career. Although lawyers are highly trained and make good money, they aren't always respected, so I bumped them down a ways.