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Most Dangerous Place to Give Birth in Developed World is the U.S., Study FindsBy Jack H. FarnbauchAugust 16, 2018More than 50,000 mothers are severely injured during or after childbirth in the US.USA Today Op-Ed Implores Lawmakers to Outlaw Driverless Cars on Public RoadsBy Jack H. FarnbauchAugust 13, 2018The AV Start Act would allow driverless vehicles on public roads.“Largest Healthcare Fraud Crackdown in American History” Busts 165 Medical Professionals By Jack H. FarnbauchAugust 3, 2018The schemes are alleged to include over $2B in false billings.Northwest Indiana Jury Awards $16.5 to Motorist Injured by Distracted Truck DriverBy Jack H. FarnbauchAugust 2, 2018The driver of an 18-wheeler was texting when he smashed into the back of Binkowski's vehicle, forcing him through an intersection.Podiatrist Who Failed to Keep Adequate Records Still Released from LawsuitBy Jack H. FarnbauchJuly 30, 2018Dr. Kleinman's recordkeeping did not meet the applicable standard for a medical malpractice ruling.Indiana Court of Appeals Throws out Plaintiff’s Suit for Missing Statute of LimitationsBy Jack H. FarnbauchJuly 27, 2018Indiana Trial Rule 15(C) mandates amended claims be filed within 120 days of notice.Lawsuit Alleges Both Doctor and Drug Maker Created Opioid Addiction for PatientBy Jack H. FarnbauchJuly 25, 2018The 2018 lawsuit outlines how healthcare providers and drug manufacturers work together to get patients addicted to opioids for profit.State Farm On the Hook for Bad Faith and Fraud Perpetrated Against Their Own InsuredBy Jack H. FarnbauchJuly 23, 2018An offer to settle the case for $40,000 was rejected by the plaintiff and his wife.Court of Appeals Allows Negligence Claim to Proceed Against Road Construction CompanyBy Jack H. FarnbauchJuly 19, 2018The wrongful death lawsuit was allowed to proceed after it survived the appeals process. Plaintiff Fails to Follow Medical Malpractice Act and Case is Thrown OutBy Jack H. FarnbauchJuly 12, 2018The Medical Licensing Board of Indiana only used the database twice to background medical professionals in 2017.