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The Myth of “Frivolous” Medical Malpractice LawsuitsBy Jack FarnbauchJanuary 16, 2017In the state of Indiana there is no such thing as a frivolous medical malpractice lawsuit. There are two reasons why there is no such thing as...Doctors Encouraged to Shirk Responsibility for ErrorsBy Jack FarnbauchJanuary 16, 2017A new study in the international journal of healthcare improvement revealed some troubling findings with...Fight Against Indiana Medical Malpractice CapBy Jack FarnbauchJanuary 16, 2017An Evansville couple is keeping up a decade-long legal fight over their claims of medical malpractice in their daughter’s birth that...Elderly Woman Robbed by Hired Caregiver By Jack FarnbauchJanuary 16, 2017A 79-year-old Indianapolis woman with dementia hired Julie Lagos through a home care company to be her caregiver. Lagos was hired...Indiana Appeals Court Tosses Out SuitBy Jack FarnbauchJanuary 16, 2017Plaintiff Ricardo S. Trevino, who was hurt when stacked exercise steps slipped out from under him during an examination...Unclear if Trump will Modify Tort Reform Measures as Part of New Healthcare ActBy Jack FarnbauchJanuary 16, 2017There is much speculation on what the Republican’s new healthcare act replacing the Affordable Care Act will be. $4.25 Million Malpractice Award for Goshen CoupleBy Jack H. FarnbauchNovember 27, 2016Elkhart wife of victim of medical malpractice has been awarded $4.25 million in damages for failure to diagnose a deadly disease. Clarification on Indiana medical malpractice law - K.D. vs. ChambersBy Jack H. FarnbauchNovember 27, 2016There has been considerable confusion surrounding the K.D. vs. Chambers case. The Indiana Court of Appeals clarified what information must be presented to a Medical Review Panel in order to preserve theories of recovery at trial.Med-Mal Settlements Forcing Nursing Homes to Leave Certain StatesBy Jack H. FarnbauchNovember 27, 2016In August, Canadian-owned Extendicare Health ServicesInc. said it would lease its 22 skilled-nursing homes in Pennsylvania, Delaware and West Virginia to a third-party operator. It cited a fourfold increase in liability claims in those states in recent years “despite a strong and improving quality record.” New Federal Program Asks Hospitals for Honesty in Reporting Medical ErrorsBy Jack H. FarnbauchNovember 27, 2016New Federal Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality looks to improve the reporting of medical errors in hospitals by implementing new surveillance systems.