Friday, February 11, 2005

Federal Answer to Malpractice Crisis

The House is working on a bill to limit malpractice awards and curb attorney fees. This article comments about the plight of Lancaster county doctors due to the high costs of dealing with malpractice litigation and insurance...

"The bill, which is still being crafted, would limit pain and suffering payments to $250,000. It also could limit attorney fees and include other reforms... The House previously passed a malpractice reform bill but it was blocked by the Senate, Pitts said. This time, he thinks it will be successful."



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The Federal Government will never pass real malpractice reform. Trail lawyers have too much power with the Democrats and it would never make it through the Senate due to filibusters. It is unfortunately going to be a State by State issued. Florida Medical License New Jersey Medical License.