21 Alive Legal Expert Videos
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Informed Consent Explained INsight Interview with Dr. King from Sweeney Law Firm explaining Informed Consent. Medical Malpractice Damage Cap Increase Explained INsight Interview with Dr. King from Sweeney Law Firm explaining the increase in the medical malpractice damage cap. Medical Malpractice Explained InSight Interview with Dr. King from Sweeney Law Firm explaining Medical Malpractice. Medical Malpractice Limits in IndianaHost 1: Welcome back to InSight, we are joined now by Dave Farnbaugh from the Sweeney Law Firm. So Dave, there are some medical malpractice laws that are unique to Indiana and there have been a number of news stories lately regarding medical errors and medical malpractice. Tell us about...Medical Review Panel Explained INsight Interview with Dr. King from Sweeney Law Firm explaining the Medical Review Panel. Nursing Home Concerns with the Affordable Care ActHost 1: Welcome back to InSight with Dave Farnbaugh who has been kind enough to join us again. We are talking about nursing home care and it's such an important topic. President Obama was reelected yesterday and that obviously will raise some issues because that's going to mean that Obama...Nursing Home Quality“There was a recent study that came out in the Indianapolis Star. They did a pretty comprehensive study of the nursing homes in the state of Indiana and they found out that Indiana ranks 51st out of the 50 states. You might say, “Well how did we get to 51st?”...Subrogation 21 Alive Noon ExtraThe Importance of Electronic Medical Records Dr King from Sweeney Law Firm answers common questions about Electronic Medical Records in an INsight Interview. Update on Indiana's Cap on Medical Malpractice DamagesVideo from Indiana medical malpractice lawyer Dave Farnbauch on an update to Indiana's cap on medical malpractice damages. The video discusses the possible changing of the Indiana medical malpractice cap on damages. A bill was introduced last year that was going to raise the current cap of 1.25 million, which...