Apr 1 2011

April Fool Me Once, Shame On Me. But Twice? Come ON!

This post has nothing to do with medical malpractice. Instead, today’s focus is on a broader issue. Communication. It’s far from a perfect newspaper. But the New York Times has earned its well-deserved spot as a serious source of news, to be consulted regularly by those who care about such things. And yet, last April […]

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Mar 16 2011

AARP Comes Out Against Medical Malpractice Caps in NY

ASSEMBLY MAKES RIGHT MOVE ON REJECTING MEDICAL MALPRACTICE CAPS Statement by Lois Wagh Aronstein AARP New York State Director March 15, 2011 AARP commends the leadership of Assembly Speaker Silver and the Assembly for putting forth a budget proposal that rejects the Governor’s proposal to severely restrict consumers’ ability to recover damages in medical malpractice […]

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Mar 9 2011

Ralph Nader Doesn’t Think Much of Albany’s Injured Baby Proposal

Ralph Nader: Selling Out Injured Baby Rights March 5th, 2011 · 4 Comments Ralph Nader at Nader.org: New York State’s Governor Andrew Cuomo will be judged harshly by history if he doesn’t reverse his position supporting limiting the legal rights of brain damaged babies. Imagine a life-time $250,000 cap on pain and suffering and families […]

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