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  • Three Virginia Nursing Homes Listed Among Nation's Worst
    Three Virginia Nursing Homes Listed Among Nation's Worst

    The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) recently released its list of the worst nursing homes in the United States. Among the 131 nursing homes cited were three from Virginia -- Beacon ...

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  • How Can A Medical Malpractice Case Be Called Frivolous When Expert Medical Testimony Is Required Before A Lawsuit Can Even Be Filed?
    How Can A Medical Malpractice Case Be Called Frivolous When Expert Medical Testimony Is Required Before A Lawsuit Can Even Be Filed?

    If you have read our previous blogs, you have noticed that we take great issue with the tort reformers' claim that our legal system is plagued with frivolous medical malpractice lawsuits. We have ...

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  • It Is The Insurance Industry That Is In Dire Need Of Reform
    It Is The Insurance Industry That Is In Dire Need Of Reform

    The American Association for Justice recently published a report entitled "The Ten Worst Insurance Companies in America." The report identifies some pretty staggering figures relating to the profits ...

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  • Frivolous Lawsuits Myth Debunked
    Frivolous Lawsuits Myth Debunked

    Every year around this time, media outlets across America and the world get their laughs at "this year's" Stella Awards. The Stella Awards are a list of the year's seven "most outlandish lawsuits and ...

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  • Insurance Companies Will Try To Give You Lowest Amount Possible
    Insurance Companies Will Try To Give You Lowest Amount Possible

    There have been numerous news headlines documenting the record profits being earned by insurance companies in recent years. These record profits come on the heels of many natural disasters such as ...

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  • FDA Acknowledges Dangerous Loophole
    FDA Acknowledges Dangerous Loophole

    CNN reports that doctors write approximately 65 million prescriptions for drugs not yet approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, the federal agency that regulates prescription drugs. These ...

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