Friday, February 11, 2005

Seeing the light?

Former malpractice trial lawyer who spearheaded Florida's opposition to to lawsuit caps now decides to back his party's agenda:

Martinez says it's not a matter of party loyalty, and that he now understands the need for litigation reform to ensure doctors can get affordable insurance and stay in practice. The restrictions limit access to the court system, he said, but need to be done for the 'greater good.' ...

He favors a cap [on malpractice pain and suffering claims] of at least $500,000 - a rare case of how he disagrees with Bush, who supports $250,000 caps. But both agree there need to be caps."



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