Month: March 2019

Damage Caps Shown To Have No Role in Reducing Doctor’s Malpractice Premiums

Americans for Insurance Reform recently published two studies of the medical malpractice insurance industry. These studies show that malpractice premiums and claims made are at the lowest levels in four decades. The study further shows that legislative enactments such as damage caps have played no role in the drops in premiums and claims.  The periodic premium spikes …

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Personal Injury & Divorce: The History, Analysis and Standard to be Applied in Illinois

Kenneth A. Hoffman and Todd R. Warren Divorce and personal injury, while separate and distinct areas of the law, share many common traits: They often come unexpectedly and without warning; They have direct consequences to each spouse; They usually find each spouse unprepared on how to deal with the fallout; The timing of one can …

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