Valleywide Legal Blog

Medical Malpractice Statutes of Limitations

Every medical malpractice claim in Arizona is governed by a statute of limitations. A statute of limitations (SOL) is exactly that – a statute (a law) which limits the time within which some action must be taken in order to preserve … Read More

Posted in Statute of Limitations |

The Cooperation Clause

THE COOPERATION CLAUSE DAMRON v. SLEDGE AND ITS PROGENY A PRIMER by William Sandweg III John Ager Every insurance contract imposes upon the insured party an express or implied duty to cooperate with the insurer.  This duty is commonly referred … Read More

Posted in Insurance Law |

Doctor Fraudsters Harm Us All

  If you keep your eyes open, only a few days or weeks will go by without you seeing a story about doctors and co-conspirators defrauding their patients and the healthcare system as a whole.  Recently, there was another large … Read More

Posted in Doctors, Fee for Service, Health Care Costs, Medical Costs, medical ethics, Medical Malpractice, Medicare |

Another Story About Tort “Reform” Harming Everyday People

In Florida, if your adult child or widowed mom is killed by a drunk driver in an auto accident, you have the right to sue and to be compensated for the loss you have suffered.  No such luck if your … Read More

Posted in Doctors, Health Care Costs, Hospital Negligence, Hospitals, Lawsuits, medical errors, Medical Malpractice, medical malpractice claims, medical malpractice lawsuits, Medical Negligence, tort reform |