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Texas’s Tort Reform Law Has Not Reduced Health Care Costs

Texas's Tort Reform Law Has Not Reduced Health Care Costs

June 22, 2012
By: Scott Distasio
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In 2003, Texas amended its state constitution. The change set limits on medical malpractice lawsuit payouts. At the time, proponents of this ...
New Hampshire’s Medical Malpractice Early Offer Settlement Option

New Hampshire's Medical Malpractice Early Offer Settlement Option

June 1, 2012
By: Scott Distasio
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There is a great debate over how to handle medical malpractice cases. There are also many arguments and points of view. Despite evidence to ...

New Report Indicates Tort Reform Would Do Almost Nothing to Reduce Healthcare Costs

March 28, 2012
By: Admin
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Healthcare is expensive, as is medical insurance. Experts have examined the origins of these costs and come up with numerous suggestions f ...

False Medical Billing Costs Millions

December 4, 2011
By: Admin
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The constant drum beat for tort reform relies heavily on the claim that personal injury attorneys and medical malpractice lawsuits are the ...

Conservative Think Tank Cato Institute Questions Benefits of Damage Caps

October 31, 2011
By: Admin
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There have been a number of blog entries on this site about how tort reform laws do not seem to do what they are meant to do. Studies show ...
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