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Category: Medical Malpractice Litigation

New Legislation Updates Professional Liability Insurance Coverage Requirements for Healthcare Providers

Aug 9, 2021 - by

On May 19, 2021, Governor Kelly approved and signed S.B. 78, a lengthy insurance bill, into law. This law relates to various aspects of insurance requirements. Most importantly, however, this law amends the Healthcare Stabilization Fund (the “Fund”) minimum professional liability insurance coverage requirements for all health care providers. Considering […]

Text Messaging in the Workplace – Think Before You Send

May 19, 2020 - by

Text Messaging in the Workplace – Think Before You Send Text messaging has changed the way healthcare providers communicate with one another in the workplace. Most providers carry smartphones or tablets with them throughout the day, and many use these devices to send and receive patient data through encrypted text […]

Preserving Medical Records

Oct 19, 2018 - by

If you receive documentation from an attorney (or even a patient) suggesting that a lawsuit is on the horizon, such as a letter of representation, a demand letter, or a summons and petition, it is imperative that you take proactive steps to ensure that the all medical records are protected.  […]

Planning for Malpractice Insurance

Oct 19, 2018 - by

Before purchasing malpractice insurance or planning their estates, physicians should be aware of the potential liability they may face in malpractice cases that involve injury or death. In either a personal injury or wrongful death case, there are two types of damages that a jury can award to a plaintiff: […]

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