A new case sheds light on malpractice liability that may attach to chiropractors treating patients with serious medical conditions.
A $4.1 million medical malpractice judgment was awarded for negligence by a Tennessee nursing home.
The Chicago Accident Law Blog takes up the argument that Internet prescription drug overdoses are a threat to public health in the United States.
Laws in several states mandating disclosure of medical errors protect physicians to apologize and offer expressions of grief without their words being used against them in court.
The Health Care Law Blog brings news of a new Kentucky case, reiterating the legal principle that medical expert testimony is not always necessary to show negligence (medical malpractice).
Personalized medicine is also known as “pharmacogenomics,” and now is bringing together legal and ethical experts.
An article in Neurology warns that class-action lawsuits unnecessarily impede important scientific discoveries.
A jury awarded $1.5 million in a negligence and medical malpractice lawsuit against two physician assistants, a pediatrician and Southeastern Regional Medical Center.
Negligent supervision of non-physician health care providers (such as nurses) can be a basis for a medical malpractice (negligence)lawsuit, whether the therapy involved is conventional or complementary (alternative).
Medical malpractice is ably canvassed in a Florida blog, referencing law beyond the state as well.