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Recent Posts in Tort reform Category

Caps Preventing Injured From Receiving Help

When a patient is injured by a doctor who messed something up, a medical malpractice claim can provide the patient the help they need to deal with the problem. However, the process of resolving a ...
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Is a Pet Worth More than the Property Value?

In 2009, the Medlen family brought $80 to the veterinarian to get their dog back. When they arrived, they found out that the vet had accidently killed their Avery, their pet dog. The dog had been ...
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MO Dram Shop liability

"Dram Shop" cases are drunk driving injury cases pursued by the injured party, or their surviving family as a wrongful death claim, against the bar or restaurant that may have over served ...
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Unconstitutionality of Med Mal Damages Caps

[Un]Constitutionality of caps Non-economic damages caps are controversial tort reforms to limit ( i.e. , "cap") damages for intangible harms such as severe pain, physical and emotional ...
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