Medical Liability Reform: Noneconomic Damages Reform:
A New Hampshire law setting a $250,000 limit on noneconomic
A New Hampshire law setting a $250,000 limit on noneconomic damages in medical liability cases was held unconstitutional in Carson v. Maurer, 424 A.2d 825 (N.H. 1980). A $875,000 cap on noneconomic damages was held unconstitutional in Brannigan v. Usitalso, 587 A.2d 1232 (N.H. 1980)).
Yesterday, the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania issued a ruling that makes the state even more appealing to trial lawyers by removing the need to prove a business was fraudulent or negligent under the state’s consumer protection law. The Court […]
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Legislature moving on bills to address covid liability concerns
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ATRA President Tiger Joyce writes about a worrisome trend involving California “lemon law” suits.