Monthly Archives: October 2009

Congressional Budget Office Finds No Basis Malpractice Claims Are Driving High Health Care Costs

The recent findings by the CBO that medical malpractice claims have little effect on overall health care spending did not surprise me.  The CBO’s numbers are consistent with the findings of the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services and the … Continue reading

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HMO Fraud Held Accountable

In 1995, Mark and Barbara Chipps received an unsigned letter from their insurance company, Humana Health Insurance Co. of Florida, informing them that their four-year-old daughter, Caitlyn, who was born with cerebral palsy, would be terminated from a special program … Continue reading

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Trial Lawyers Holding Wrongdoers Accountable

The civil justice system has been the cornerstone in keeping Americans safe by allowing them a fair chance to receive justice when they are injured by the negligence of others – even when it means taking on the most powerful … Continue reading

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Firm Recovers Half A Million Dollars for Client

We recently settled a case for half a million dollars for our client who was in his boat fishing when he was seriously injured  when another boat smashed into him at a high rate of speed.  Our client was slowly … Continue reading

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The International Society of Primerus Law Firms Welcomes Us Into Membership

I am pleased to announce that The  International Society of Primerus Law Firms has invited us into membership and that membership has been approved. Primerus is an alliance of small to medium sized independent law firms throughout the United States, … Continue reading

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