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Can a Medical Provider Cancel the Arbitration Agreement they Previously Had Agreed To?Can a Medical Provider Cancel the Arbitration Agreement they Previously Had Agreed To?By Jack H. FarnbauchNovember 24, 2020Indiana Court of Appeals remanded to the trial court a case involving a malpractice claim filed by the estate of a nursing home resident with instructions to grant the estate’s motion to compel arbitration.Sweeney Law FirmDoctors Wonder, “Should I Apologize for Making a Medical Error?”By Jack H. FarnbauchNovember 24, 2020Apologies for medical errors and poor medical outcomes are typically omitted from the practice of medicine in tort cases.Federal Investigation Requested for Medical Malpractice at ICE Detention CentersFederal Investigation Requested for Medical Malpractice at ICE Detention CentersBy Jack H. FarnbauchNovember 24, 2020Top congressional Democrats are calling for a federal investigation after a nurse who worked at an immigration detention center in Georgia filed a whistleblower complaint alleging a lack of medical care and unsafe work practices that facilitated the spread of COVID-19. Can a “Curbside Consultation” from a Doctor Result in Medical Malpractice?Can a “Curbside Consultation” from a Doctor Result in Medical Malpractice?By Jack H. FarnbauchNovember 24, 2020A curbside consultation refers to a consultation where the patient isn't identified; where the specialty physician typically doesn't review the chart, doesn't meet with the patient, doesn't talk to the patient, and doesn't examine the patient; where the specialty physician doesn't have any direct or contractual agreement with the treating physician or the hospital where the treating physician is working; where the specialist physician doesn't bill for his services; and where the treating physician is free to accept or reject the specialty physician's advice.Can you Sue a Manager of a Big Box Store for a Fall?Can you Sue a Manager of a Big Box Store for a Fall?By Jack H. FarnbauchNovember 24, 2020May a plaintiff bring a claim in negligence against a store manager, not directly involved in the plaintiff’s accident, based on a delegation of the premises owner’s duties toward invitees, Indiana agency law, or any other legal principle? Nursing Homes Seeking Protection from Coronavirus LawsuitsBy Jack H. FarnbauchAugust 31, 2020What You Should Know About Special Needs TrustsBy Jack H. FarnbauchAugust 31, 2020Being Informed of Dangerous Medical Products and DevicesBy Jack H. FarnbauchAugust 31, 2020Tips for Choosing an OB/GYN DoctorBy Jack H. FarnbauchAugust 31, 2020Truck Driver Shielded from Liability Because He Was Acting as a Good SamaritanBy Jack H. FarnbauchAugust 31, 2020