Obama tells doctors he does not support caps on malpractice lawsuit amounts

Obama does not support malpractice cap

CHICAGO — President Barack Obama is telling the nation’s largest physicians’ organization that limits on malpractice lawsuits would be unfair to patients.

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West Indian sugar cane workers seek waiver in Fla. case viewed as last chance to recover wages

Cane workers see last chance to recover Fla. wages

MIAMI — One of the country’s most powerful sugar companies is trying keep more than 1,400 West Indian cane cutters from suing for back wages by using a 19th century Florida law requiring they each put up bond, an attorney for the workers says.

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Weirton Medical Center agreed for $2 Million settlement over wrongful death lawsuit

The family of the medical malpractice victim Genevieve Haught, have filed the medical malpractice lawsuit in 2005.

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Former game show host settles a pair of lawsuits, against mansion owners and medical center

Previously, just a few weeks ago, McMahon settled a medical malpractice lawsuit he filed against the Cedars-Sinai Medical Center and its doctors.

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Madhya Pradesh to launch campaign against female foeticide

BHOPAL - The Madhya Pradesh government will launch a campaign christened “Bitiya” (Daughter) to create awareness against female foeticide and discrimination against girls. Existing laws to curb sex determination tests and foeticide will also be given more teeth.

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$17.3 M settlement awarded to brain damaged girl over Wisconsin malpractice settlement

Due to surgeons negligence and misuse of a medical device while removal of her spleen a 8 year old girl who had to suffer sever internal injuries and permanent brain damage, will receive a $17.3 million settlement from the Wisconsin medical malpractice compensation fund.

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Many groups seek to influence Congress as lawmakers try to develop health overhaul legislation

Health overhaul draws groups’ competing demands

WASHINGTON — Patients and doctors. Small businesses and multinationals. Retirees, workers and insurance companies.

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Competing demands on Congress from many groups as lawmakers try to write health overhaul bill

Competing demands on health overhaul from groups

WASHINGTON — Patients and doctors. Small businesses and multinationals. Retirees, workers and insurance companies.

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Why medical malpractice cases in North Carolina really requires an experience lawyer?

Winning medical malpractice cases are not that easy. In some places like North Carolina, it is required to get the best injury attorney that you can afford to handle your medical malpractice case. Without the right expert, you cannot hope to win these complex and hard fought cases.

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Hong Kong tycoon drops $2 billion bid for telecom firm PCCW after court blocks deal

Hong Kong tycoon drops $2 billion bid for PCCW

HONG KONG — A Hong Kong tycoon abandoned his controversial $2 billion plan to take over the city’s biggest telecom company Thursday after a court blocked the deal, handing regulators and minority shareholders a high-profile victory.

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