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The Perspectives: Attorneys

What proof is needed to establish medical malpractice in the diagnosis or treatment of a stroke? And, what is a potential strategy for the attorney to employ?

September 6, 2016 | MLP 2016 | Vol. 5, Issue. 58

The Perspectives: Physicians and Health Providers

How can liability for medical malpractice be avoided for a provider’s actions in diagnosing or treating a patient’s stroke? And, what is a potential strategy for the physician to employ?

September 6, 2016 | MLP 2016 | Vol. 5, Issue. 58

The Perspectives: Insurers

Can a payout under a medical malpractice liability policy be avoided by proof that the health provider was not negligent or there was no coverage for the injury related to the patient’s stroke? And, what is a potential strategy for the insurer to employ? 

September 6, 2016 | MLP 2016 | Vol. 5, Issue. 58

The Perspectives: Employers and Risk Managers

Can an employer be subject to liability for an employee’s stroke? And, what is a potential strategy for the employer to use?

September 6, 2016 | MLP 2016 | Vol. 5, Issue. 58

The Perspectives: Attorneys

What proof is needed for a claim of lack of informed consent, alone or as part of a medical malpractice or negligence action, related to the treatment of a spinal cord injury? And, what is a potential strategy for the attorney to employ?

September 5, 2017 | MLP 2017 | Vol. 6, Issue. 70

The Perspectives: Physicians and Health Providers

How can liability for medical malpractice be avoided for a patient’s spinal cord injury? And, what is a potential strategy for the physician to employ?

September 5, 2017 | MLP 2017 | Vol. 6, Issue. 70

The Perspectives: Insurers

Can a payout under a medical malpractice liability policy be avoided by proof that the health provider was not negligent or there was no coverage for the patient’s spinal cord injury? And, what is a potential strategy for the insurer to employ?

September 5, 2017 | MLP 2017 | Vol. 6, Issue. 70

The Perspectives: Employers and Risk Managers

Can an employer be subject to liability for an employee’s spinal cord injury? And, what is a potential strategy for the employer to use?

September 5, 2017 | MLP 2017 | Vol. 6, Issue. 70

The Perspectives: Attorneys

What proof is needed to recover for a cosmetic surgery injury?

September 5, 2012 | MLP 2012 | Vol. 1, Issue. 10

The Perspectives: Physicians and Health Providers

How can liability for medical malpractice be avoided for a cosmetic surgery injury? And, what is a potential strategy for the physician to employ?

September 5, 2012 | MLP 2012 | Vol. 1, Issue. 10

The Perspectives: Insurers

Can a payout under a medical malpractice liability policy for a cosmetic surgery injury be avoided by proof that the physician performing the procedure was not negligent or there was no coverage for cosmetic surgery injuries? And, what is a potential strategy for the insurer to employ?

September 5, 2012 | MLP 2012 | Vol. 1, Issue. 10

The Perspectives: Employers and Risk Managers

Can an employer be subject to liability for an employee’s cosmetic surgery injury?

September 5, 2012 | MLP 2012 | Vol. 1, Issue. 10

The Perspectives: Attorneys

What proof is needed to demonstrate malpractice by a physical therapist? And, what is a potential strategy for the attorney to employ?

September 4, 2013 | MLP 2013 | Vol. 2, Issue. 22

The Perspectives: Physicians and Physical Therapists

How can liability for medical malpractice be avoided for an injury involving physical therapy? And, what is a potential strategy for the physical therapist to employ?

September 4, 2013 | MLP 2013 | Vol. 2, Issue. 22

The Perspectives: Insurers

Can a payout under a medical malpractice liability policy be avoided by proof that the physical therapy provider was not negligent or there was no coverage for the physical therapy injury? And, what is a potential strategy for the insurer to employ? 

September 4, 2013 | MLP 2013 | Vol. 2, Issue. 22

The Perspectives: Employers and Risk Managers

Can an employer be subject to liability for an injury related to physical therapy? And, what is a potential strategy for the employer to use?

September 4, 2013 | MLP 2013 | Vol. 2, Issue. 22

The Perspectives: Attorneys

What proof is needed to establish medical malpractice or negligence for a hepatitis-related injury? And, what is a potential strategy for the attorney to employ?

September 3, 2014 | MLP 2014 | Vol. 3, Issue. 34

The Perspectives: Physicians and Health Providers

How can a physician or other provider avoid liability for medical malpractice for a hepatitis-related injury to a patient? And, what is a potential strategy for the physician to employ?

September 3, 2014 | MLP 2014 | Vol. 3, Issue. 34

The Perspectives: Insurers

Can a payout under a medical malpractice liability policy be avoided by proof that the health provider was not negligent or there was no coverage for the provider’s acts resulting in a hepatitis-related injury? And, what is a potential strategy for the insurer to employ? 

September 3, 2014 | MLP 2014 | Vol. 3, Issue. 34

The Perspectives: Employers and Risk Managers

Can an employer be subject to liability for an employee’s hepatitis? And, what is a potential strategy for the employer to use?

September 3, 2014 | MLP 2014 | Vol. 3, Issue. 34

The Perspectives: Attorneys

What proof is needed to establish medical malpractice in the diagnosis or treatment of arthritis? And, what is a potential strategy for the attorney to employ?

September 1, 2015 | MLP 2015 | Vol. 4, Issue. 46

The Perspectives: Physicians and Health Providers

How can liability for medical malpractice be avoided for an injury related to the diagnosis or treatment of arthritis? And, what is a potential strategy for the physician to employ?

September 1, 2015 | MLP 2015 | Vol. 4, Issue. 46

The Perspectives: Insurers

Can a payout under a medical malpractice liability policy be avoided by proof that the health provider was not negligent or there was no coverage for the provider’s actions? And, what is a potential strategy for the insurer to employ?

September 1, 2015 | MLP 2015 | Vol. 4, Issue. 46

The Perspectives: Employers and Risk Managers

Can an employer be subject to liability for an employee’s arthritis? And, what is a potential strategy for the employer to use?

September 1, 2015 | MLP 2015 | Vol. 4, Issue. 46

The Perspectives: Attorneys

What proof is needed to recover damages for an injury caused by unsterilized medical equipment? And, what is a potential strategy for the attorney to employ?

October 6, 2015 | MLP 2015 | Vol. 4, Issue. 47

The Perspectives: Physicians and Health Providers

How can liability for medical malpractice be avoided for an injury from unsterilized equipment? And, what is a potential strategy for the physician to employ?

October 6, 2015 | MLP 2015 | Vol. 4, Issue. 47

The Perspectives: Insurers

Can a payout under a business interruption insurance policy be reduced by proof that there was no coverage for expenses related to shipping sterilized medical equipment? And, what is a potential strategy for the insurer to employ? 

October 6, 2015 | MLP 2015 | Vol. 4, Issue. 47

The Perspectives: Employers and Risk Managers

Can a hospital or other employer, such as a medical center, be subject to liability for an injury resulting from an employee or agent’s malpractice or negligence involving unsterile equipment? And, what is a potential strategy for the employer to use?

October 6, 2015 | MLP 2015 | Vol. 4, Issue. 47

The Perspectives: Attorneys

What proof is needed for a claim of malpractice or lack of informed consent for breast reconstruction surgery or a related procedure? And, what is a potential strategy for the attorney to employ?

October 4, 2016 | MLP 2016 | Vol. 5, Issue. 59

The Perspectives: Physicians and Health Providers

How can liability for medical malpractice be avoided for an injury related to breast reconstruction surgery or resurgery? And, what is a potential strategy for the physician to employ?

October 4, 2016 | MLP 2016 | Vol. 5, Issue. 59

The Perspectives: Insurers

Can a payout under a medical malpractice liability policy be avoided by proof that the health provider was not negligent or there was no coverage for a patient’s injury related to breast reconstruction surgery or resurgery? And, what is a potential strategy for the insurer to employ? 

October 4, 2016 | MLP 2016 | Vol. 5, Issue. 59

The Perspectives: Employers and Risk Managers

Can an employer be subject to liability for an employee’s injury related to breast reconstruction surgery or resurgery? And, what is a potential strategy for the employer to use? 

October 4, 2016 | MLP 2016 | Vol. 5, Issue. 59

The Perspectives: Attorneys

What proof is needed for a claim of medical battery related to liposuction? And, what is a potential strategy for the attorney to employ?

October 3, 2017 | MLP 2017 | Vol. 6, Issue. 71

The Perspectives: Physicians and Health Providers

How can liability for medical malpractice be avoided for a liposuction injury? And, what is a potential strategy for the physician to employ?

October 3, 2017 | MLP 2017 | Vol. 6, Issue. 71

The Perspectives: Insurers

Can a payout under a medical malpractice liability policy be avoided by proof that the health provider was not negligent or there was no coverage for the patient’s liposuction injury? And, what is a potential strategy for the insurer to employ?

October 3, 2017 | MLP 2017 | Vol. 6, Issue. 71

The Perspectives: Employers and Risk Managers

Can an employer be subject to liability for an employee’s liposuction treatment? And, what is a potential strategy for the employer to use?

October 3, 2017 | MLP 2017 | Vol. 6, Issue. 71

The Perspectives: Attorneys

What proof is needed for claims involving a failure to diagnose or a delay in diagnosing cancer, or the mistaken diagnosis of cancer?

October 3, 2012 | MLP 2012 | Vol. 1, Issue. 11

The Perspectives: Physicians and Health Providers

How can liability for medical malpractice be avoided for an injury resulting from a diagnostic error involving cancer?

October 3, 2012 | MLP 2012 | Vol. 1, Issue. 11

The Perspectives: Insurers

Can a payout under a medical malpractice liability policy for a mistaken diagnosis of cancer or a failure to diagnose cancer be avoided by proof that the physician was not negligent or there was no coverage for the injury?

October 3, 2012 | MLP 2012 | Vol. 1, Issue. 11

The Perspectives: Employers and Risk Managers

Can an employer be subject to liability for injuries resulting from a health provider’s failure to diagnose cancer?

October 3, 2012 | MLP 2012 | Vol. 1, Issue. 11

The Perspectives: Attorneys

What proof is needed to demonstrate malpractice involving a failure to diagnose a brain aneurysm or subarachnoid hemorrhage? And, what is a potential strategy for the attorney to employ?

October 2, 2013 | MLP 2013 | Vol. 2, Issue. 23

The Perspectives: Physician and Health Providers

How can liability for medical malpractice be avoided for a diagnostic error related to a brain aneurysm? And, what is a potential strategy for the physician to employ?

October 2, 2013 | MLP 2013 | Vol. 2, Issue. 23

The Perspectives: Insurers

Can a payout under a medical malpractice liability policy be avoided by proof that the health provider was not negligent or there was no coverage for the brain aneurysm injury? And, what is a potential strategy for the insurer to employ?

October 2, 2013 | MLP 2013 | Vol. 2, Issue. 23

The Perspectives: Employers and Risk Managers

Can an employer be subject to liability for a brain aneurysm or subarachnoid hemorrhage? And, what is a potential strategy for the employer to use? 

October 2, 2013 | MLP 2013 | Vol. 2, Issue. 23

The Perspectives: Attorneys

What proof is needed to establish medical malpractice or negligence involving chronic back pain? And, what is a potential strategy for the attorney to employ?

October 1, 2014 | MLP 2014 | Vol. 3, Issue. 35

The Perspectives: Physicians and Health Providers

How can liability for medical malpractice be avoided for an injury involving chronic back pain? And, what is a potential strategy for the physician to employ? 

October 1, 2014 | MLP 2014 | Vol. 3, Issue. 35

The Perspectives: Insurers

Can a payout under a medical malpractice liability policy be avoided by proof that the health provider was not negligent or there was no coverage for the physician’s actions? And, what is a potential strategy for the insurer to employ? 

October 1, 2014 | MLP 2014 | Vol. 3, Issue. 35

The Perspectives: Employers and Risk Managers

Can an employer be subject to liability for an employee’s chronic back pain? And, what is a potential strategy for the employer to use?

October 1, 2014 | MLP 2014 | Vol. 3, Issue. 35

The Perspectives: Attorneys

What proof is needed for a lack of informed consent claim, alone or as part of a medical malpractice or negligence action, related to a steroid injection? And, what is a potential strategy for the attorney to employ?

November 7, 2017 | MLP 2017 | Vol. 6, Issue. 72

The Perspectives: Physicians and Health Providers

How can liability for medical malpractice be avoided for an injury related to a steroid injection? And, what is a potential strategy for the physician to employ?

November 7, 2017 | MLP 2017 | Vol. 6, Issue. 72

The Perspectives: Insurers

Can a payout under a medical malpractice liability policy for injuries related to steroid injections be avoided by proof that the health provider was not negligent or there was no coverage for the insured provider’s actions? And, what is a potential strategy for the insurer to employ?

November 7, 2017 | MLP 2017 | Vol. 6, Issue. 72

The Perspectives: Employers and Risk Managers

Can an employer be subject to liability for injuries related to steroid injections? And, what is a potential strategy for the employer to use?

November 7, 2017 | MLP 2017 | Vol. 6, Issue. 72

The Perspectives: Attorneys

What proof is needed for a claim that a physician breached a fiduciary duty of confidentiality owed to a patient? And, what is a potential strategy for the attorney to employ?

November 7, 2012 | MLP 2012 | Vol. 1, Issue. 12

The Perspectives: Physicians and Health Providers

How can liability for breach of a fiduciary duty of confidentiality be avoided for a disclosure of medical information? And, what is a potential strategy for the physician to employ?

November 7, 2012 | MLP 2012 | Vol. 1, Issue. 12

The Perspectives: Insurers

Can an insurance company be subject to liability for a disclosure of confidential medical information? And, what is a potential strategy for the insurer to employ?

November 7, 2012 | MLP 2012 | Vol. 1, Issue. 12

The Perspectives: Employers and Risk Managers

Can an employer be subject to liability for a disclosure of confidential medical information made by an employee or contractor? And, what is a potential strategy for the employer to use?

November 7, 2012 | MLP 2012 | Vol. 1, Issue. 12

The Perspectives: Attorneys

What proof is needed to demonstrate malpractice or negligence in diagnosing or treating a heart attack? And, what is a potential strategy for the attorney to employ?

November 6, 2013 | MLP 2013 | Vol. 2, Issue. 24

The Perspectives: Physicians and Health Providers

How can liability for medical malpractice be avoided for an injury related to diagnosing or treating a heart attack? And, what is a potential strategy for the physician to employ?

November 6, 2013 | MLP 2013 | Vol. 2, Issue. 24

The Perspectives: Insurers

Can a payout under a medical malpractice liability policy be avoided by proof that the health provider was not negligent or there was no coverage for the provider’s actions? And, what is a potential strategy for the insurer to employ?

November 6, 2013 | MLP 2013 | Vol. 2, Issue. 24

The Perspectives: Employers and Risk Managers

Can an employer be subject to liability for an employee’s heart attack? And, what is a potential strategy for the employer to use?

November 6, 2013 | MLP 2013 | Vol. 2, Issue. 24

The Perspectives: Attorneys

What proof is needed to establish medical malpractice or negligence in the diagnosis or treatment of skin cancer? And, what is a potential strategy for the attorney to employ? 

November 5, 2014 | MLP 2014 | Vol. 3, Issue. 36

The Perspectives: Physicians and Health Providers

How can liability for medical malpractice be avoided for an injury related to the diagnosis or treatment of skin cancer? And, what is a potential strategy for the physician to employ?

November 5, 2014 | MLP 2014 | Vol. 3, Issue. 36

The Perspectives: Insurers

Can a payout under a medical malpractice liability policy be avoided by proof that the health provider was not negligent or that there was no coverage for the patient’s injury related to the diagnosis or treatment of skin cancer? And, what is a potential strategy for the insurer to employ? 

November 5, 2014 | MLP 2014 | Vol. 3, Issue. 36

The Perspectives: Employers and Risk Managers

Can an employer be subject to liability for an employee’s skin cancer? And, what is a potential strategy for the employer to use? 

November 5, 2014 | MLP 2014 | Vol. 3, Issue. 36

The Perspectives: Attorneys

What proof is needed to prevail on a claim for an injury related to Alzheimer’s disease or dementia? And, what is a potential strategy for the attorney to employ?

November 3, 2015 | MLP 2015 | Vol. 4, Issue. 48

The Perspectives: Physicians and Health Providers

How can liability for medical malpractice be avoided for an injury related to a patient’s Alzheimer’s disease or dementia? And, what is a potential strategy for the physician or other provider to employ?

November 3, 2015 | MLP 2015 | Vol. 4, Issue. 48

The Perspectives: Insurers

Can a payout under a medical malpractice liability policy be avoided by proof that the health provider was not negligent or there was no coverage for the injury involving Alzheimer’s or dementia? And, what is a potential strategy for the insurer to employ? 

November 3, 2015 | MLP 2015 | Vol. 4, Issue. 48

The Perspectives: Employers and Risk Managers

Can an employer be subject to liability for an employee’s Alzheimer’s disease or dementia? And, what is a potential strategy for the employer to use? 

November 3, 2015 | MLP 2015 | Vol. 4, Issue. 48

The Perspectives: Attorneys

What proof is needed to recover damages in an action for malpractice related to a hearing disorder or hearing loss? And, what is a potential strategy for the attorney to employ?

November 1, 2016 | MLP 2016 | Vol. 5, Issue. 60

The Perspectives: Physicians and Health Providers

How can liability for medical malpractice be avoided for an injury related to a hearing disorder or hearing loss? And, what is a potential strategy for the physician to employ?

November 1, 2016 | MLP 2016 | Vol. 5, Issue. 60

The Perspectives: Insurers

Can a payout under a medical malpractice liability policy be avoided by proof that the health provider was not negligent or there was no coverage for the patient’s injury related to a hearing disorder or hearing loss? And, what is a potential strategy for the insurer to employ? 

November 1, 2016 | MLP 2016 | Vol. 5, Issue. 60

The Perspectives: Employers and Risk Managers

Can an employer be subject to liability for an employee’s hearing disorder or hearing loss injury? And, what is a potential strategy for the employer to use?

November 1, 2016 | MLP 2016 | Vol. 5, Issue. 60

The Perspectives: Attorneys

What proof is needed to establish a provider's medical malpractice in diagnosing or treating diabetes or a related complication? And, what is a potential strategy for the attorney to employ?

May 7, 2014 | MLP 2014 | Vol. 3, Issue. 30

The Perspectives: Physicians and Health Providers

How can liability be avoided for a claim of medical malpractice or negligence in diagnosing or treating diabetes or its complications? And, what is a potential strategy for the physician to employ?

May 7, 2014 | MLP 2014 | Vol. 3, Issue. 30

The Perspectives: Insurers

Can a payout under a medical malpractice liability policy be avoided by proof that the health provider was not negligent in diagnosing or treating diabetes or there was no coverage for the provider’s acts? And, what is a potential strategy for the insurer to employ?

May 7, 2014 | MLP 2014 | Vol. 3, Issue. 30

The Perspectives: Employers and Risk Managers

Can an employer be subject to liability for an employee’s diabetes-related injury? And, what is a potential strategy for the employer to use?

May 7, 2014 | MLP 2014 | Vol. 3, Issue. 30

The Perspectives: Attorneys

What proof is needed to establish medical malpractice or negligence in an action involving chemotherapy? And, what is a potential strategy for the attorney to employ?

May 6, 2015 | MLP 2015 | Vol. 4, Issue. 42

The Perspectives: Physicians and Health Providers

How can liability for medical malpractice be avoided for an injury related to chemotherapy? And, what is a potential strategy for the physician to employ?

May 6, 2015 | MLP 2015 | Vol. 4, Issue. 42

The Perspectives: Insurers

Can a payout under a medical malpractice liability policy be avoided by proof that the health provider was not negligent or there was no coverage for the plaintiff’s injury? And, what is a potential strategy for the insurer to employ?

May 6, 2015 | MLP 2015 | Vol. 4, Issue. 42

The Perspectives: Employers and Risk Managers

Can an employer be subject to liability for an employee’s chemotherapy injury? And, what is a potential strategy for the employer to use? 

May 6, 2015 | MLP 2015 | Vol. 4, Issue. 42

The Perspectives: Attorneys

What proof is needed to prevail on a claim for an injury related to a vector-borne disease? And, what is a potential strategy for the attorney to employ?

May 3, 2016 | MLP 2016 | Vol. 5, Issue. 54

The Perspectives: Physicians and Health Providers

How can liability for medical malpractice be avoided for an injury related to a vector-borne disease? And, what is a potential strategy for the physician to employ?

May 3, 2016 | MLP 2016 | Vol. 5, Issue. 54

The Perspectives: Insurers

Can a payout under a medical malpractice liability policy be avoided by proof that the health provider was not negligent or there was no coverage for the provider’s actions? And, what is a potential strategy for the insurer to employ?

May 3, 2016 | MLP 2016 | Vol. 5, Issue. 54

The Perspectives: Employers and Risk Managers

Can an employer be subject to liability for an employee’s vector-borne disease or related complications? And, what is a potential strategy for the employer to use? 

May 3, 2016 | MLP 2016 | Vol. 5, Issue. 54

The Perspectives: Attorneys

What proof is needed for an action involving an injury in connection with an autopsy? And, what is a potential strategy for the attorney to employ?

May 2, 2017 | MLP 2017 | Vol. 6, Issue. 66

The Perspectives: Physicians and Health Providers

How can liability for medical malpractice or negligence be avoided for an injury related to an autopsy? And, what is a potential strategy for the coroner, medical examiner, or other physician or medical professional to employ?

May 2, 2017 | MLP 2017 | Vol. 6, Issue. 66

The Perspectives: Insurers

Can an insurance company avoid liability related to an autopsy? And, what is a potential strategy for the insurer to employ? 

May 2, 2017 | MLP 2017 | Vol. 6, Issue. 66

The Perspectives: Employers and Risk Managers

Can an employer be subject to liability for an autopsy performed in connection with a workers’ compensation claim? And, what is a potential strategy for the employer to use?

May 2, 2017 | MLP 2017 | Vol. 6, Issue. 66

The Perspectives: Attorneys

What proof is needed to demonstrate medical malpractice in litigation involving prescribed medications? And, what is a potential strategy for the attorney to employ?

May 1, 2013 | MLP 2013 | Vol. 2, Issue. 18

The Perspectives: Physicians and Health Providers

How can a physician avoid liability for medical malpractice for prescribing or administering drugs or medications? And, what is a potential strategy for the physician to employ?

May 1, 2013 | MLP 2013 | Vol. 2, Issue. 18

The Perspectives: Insurers

Can a payout under a medical malpractice liability policy for a claim of malpractice or negligence in prescribing drugs be avoided by proof that the physician was not negligent or there was no coverage for the physician’s acts? And, what is a potential strategy for the insurer to employ?

May 1, 2013 | MLP 2013 | Vol. 2, Issue. 18

The Perspectives: Employers and Risk Managers

Can an employer be subject to liability for an injury to an employee caused by a physician’s malpractice in prescribing or administering drugs or medications? And, what is a potential strategy for the employer to use?

May 1, 2013 | MLP 2013 | Vol. 2, Issue. 18

The Perspectives: Attorneys

What proof is needed for a lawsuit involving multiple concussion injury?

May 1, 2012 | MLP 2012 | Vol. 1, Issue. 6

The Perspectives: Physicians and Health Providers

How can liability for medical malpractice be avoided for multiple concussion injury?

May 1, 2012 | MLP 2012 | Vol. 1, Issue. 6

The Perspectives: Insurers

Can a payout under a liability policy be avoided by proof that the plaintiff assumed the risk of injury or executed a release of liability, or that there was no coverage for concussion injury or the type of negligent act that caused the concussion injury?

May 1, 2012 | MLP 2012 | Vol. 1, Issue. 6

The Perspectives: Employers and Risk Managers

Can an employer be subject to liability for multiple concussion injuries?

May 1, 2012 | MLP 2012 | Vol. 1, Issue. 6

The Perspectives: Attorneys

What proof is needed to prevail on a claim for a patient’s injury related to a kidney disease or disorder? And, what is a potential strategy for the attorney to employ?

March 7, 2017 | MLP 2017 | Vol. 6, Issue. 64

The Perspectives: Physicians and Health Providers

How can liability for medical malpractice be avoided for a physician’s actions in diagnosing or treating a kidney disease or disorder? And, what is a potential strategy for the physician to employ?

March 7, 2017 | MLP 2017 | Vol. 6, Issue. 64

The Perspectives: Insurers

Can a payout under a medical malpractice liability policy be avoided by proof that the health provider was not negligent or there was no coverage for the patient’s injury? And, what is a potential strategy for the insurer to employ?

March 7, 2017 | MLP 2017 | Vol. 6, Issue. 64

The Perspectives: Employers and Risk Managers

Can an employer be subject to liability for an employee’s kidney disease or disorder or a related injury? And, what is a potential strategy for the employer to use?

March 7, 2017 | MLP 2017 | Vol. 6, Issue. 64

The Perspectives: Attorneys

What proof is needed to demonstrate medical malpractice in litigation involving the treatment of cataracts? And, what is a potential strategy for the attorney to employ?

March 6, 2013 | MLP 2013 | Vol. 2, Issue. 16

The Perspectives: Physicians and Health Providers

How can liability for medical malpractice be avoided for an injury involving the treatment of cataracts? And, what is a potential strategy for an ophthalmologist or other physician to employ?

March 6, 2013 | MLP 2013 | Vol. 2, Issue. 16

The Perspectives: Insurers

Can a payout under a medical malpractice liability policy be avoided by proof that the health provider was not negligent or there was no coverage for malpractice involving cataract treatment? And, what is a potential strategy for the insurer to employ?

March 6, 2013 | MLP 2013 | Vol. 2, Issue. 16

The Perspectives: Employers and Risk Managers

Can an employer be subject to liability for an employee’s cataract? And, what is a potential strategy for the employer to use?

March 6, 2013 | MLP 2013 | Vol. 2, Issue. 16

The Perspectives: Attorneys

What proof is needed for a patient to prove medical malpractice from off-label prescription use?

March 6, 2012 | MLP 2012 | Vol. 1, Issue. 4

The Perspectives: Physicians and Health Providers

How is liability for medical malpractice avoided for the prescription of a drug for off-label use? And, what is a potential strategy for the physician to employ?

March 6, 2012 | MLP 2012 | Vol. 1, Issue. 4

The Perspectives: Insurers

Can a payout under a medical malpractice liability policy be avoided by proof that the health provider was not negligent or there was no professional liability coverage for prescription of drugs off-label?

March 6, 2012 | MLP 2012 | Vol. 1, Issue. 4

The Perspectives: Employers and Risk Managers

Can a hospital be subject to liability, for the off-label prescription or use of a drug causing a patient injury?

March 6, 2012 | MLP 2012 | Vol. 1, Issue. 4

The Perspectives: Bonus: Manufacturers

What attempts have been made to find the pharmaceutical manufacturer liable for injury from use of its medications?

March 6, 2012 | MLP 2012 | Vol. 1, Issue. 4

The Perspectives: Attorneys

What proof is needed to establish medical malpractice for an injury resulting from a blood draw, test, or transfusion? And, what is a potential strategy for the attorney to employ?

March 5, 2014 | MLP 2014 | Vol. 3, Issue. 28

The Perspectives: Physicians and Health Providers

How can liability for medical malpractice be avoided for an injury resulting from a blood draw, test, or transfusion? And, what is a potential strategy for the physician or other provider to employ?

March 5, 2014 | MLP 2014 | Vol. 3, Issue. 28

The Perspectives: Insurers

Can a payout under a medical malpractice liability policy be avoided by proof that the health provider was not negligent or there was no coverage for an injury resulting from a blood draw, test, or transfusion? And, what is a potential strategy for the insurer to employ?

March 5, 2014 | MLP 2014 | Vol. 3, Issue. 28

The Perspectives: Employers and Risk Managers

Can an employer be subject to liability for an employee’s injury resulting from a blood draw, test, or transfusion? And, what is a potential strategy for the employer to use?

March 5, 2014 | MLP 2014 | Vol. 3, Issue. 28

The Perspectives: Attorneys

What proof is needed to establish medical malpractice or negligence in the diagnosis or treatment of post-traumatic stress disorder? And, what is a potential strategy for the attorney to employ?

March 4, 2015 | MLP 2015 | Vol. 4, Issue. 40

The Perspectives: Physician and Health Providers

How can liability for medical malpractice be avoided for an injury related to the diagnosis or treatment of post-traumatic stress disorder? And, what is a potential strategy for the physician to employ?

March 4, 2015 | MLP 2015 | Vol. 4, Issue. 40

The Perspectives: Insurers

Can a payout under a medical malpractice liability policy be avoided by proof that the health provider was not negligent or there was no coverage for the provider’s actions? And, what is a potential strategy for the insurer to employ?

March 4, 2015 | MLP 2015 | Vol. 4, Issue. 40

The Perspectives: Employers and Risk Managers

Can an employer be subject to liability for an employee’s post-traumatic stress disorder? And, what is a potential strategy for the employer to use? 

March 4, 2015 | MLP 2015 | Vol. 4, Issue. 40

The Perspectives: Attorneys

What proof is needed to establish medical malpractice in the treatment of a patient with a sleep disorder? And, what is a potential strategy for the attorney to employ?

March 1, 2016 | MLP 2016 | Vol. 5, Issue. 52

The Perspectives: Physicians and Health Providers

How can liability for medical malpractice be avoided for a sleep disorder injury? And, what is a potential strategy for the physician to employ?

March 1, 2016 | MLP 2016 | Vol. 5, Issue. 52

The Perspectives: Insurers

Can a payout under a medical malpractice liability policy be avoided by proof that the health provider was not negligent or there was no coverage for the sleep disorder injury? And, what is a potential strategy for the insurer to employ? 

March 1, 2016 | MLP 2016 | Vol. 5, Issue. 52

The Perspectives: Employers and Risk Managers

Can an employer be subject to liability for an injury related to an employee’s sleep disorder? And, what is a potential strategy for the employer to use? 

March 1, 2016 | MLP 2016 | Vol. 5, Issue. 52

The Perspectives: Attorneys

What proof is needed to establish malpractice related to a healthcare-associated infection? And, what is a potential strategy for the attorney to employ?

June 7, 2016 | MLP 2016 | Vol. 5, Issue. 55

The Perspectives: Physicians and Health Providers

How can liability for medical malpractice be avoided for an injury related to a healthcare-associated infection? And, what is a potential strategy for the physician to employ?

June 7, 2016 | MLP 2016 | Vol. 5, Issue. 55

The Perspectives: Insurers

Can a payout under a medical malpractice liability policy be avoided by proof that the health provider was not negligent or there was no coverage for the provider’s actions? And, what is a potential strategy for the insurer to employ? 

June 7, 2016 | MLP 2016 | Vol. 5, Issue. 55

The Perspectives: Employers and Risk Managers

Can an employer be subject to liability for an employee’s healthcare-associated infection? And, what is a potential strategy for the employer to use?

June 7, 2016 | MLP 2016 | Vol. 5, Issue. 55

The Perspectives: Attorneys

What proof is needed for dental malpractice? And, what is a potential strategy for the attorney to employ?

June 6, 2017 | MLP 2017 | Vol. 6, Issue. 67

The Perspectives: Dentists and Dental Health Providers

How can liability for malpractice be avoided for an injury related to a dental procedure or oral surgery? And, what is a potential strategy the dentist or other provider can employ? 

June 6, 2017 | MLP 2017 | Vol. 6, Issue. 67

The Perspectives: Insurers

Can a payout under a medical malpractice liability policy be avoided by proof that the dentist or other provider was not negligent or there was no coverage for the dental injury? And, what is a potential strategy for the insurer to employ?

June 6, 2017 | MLP 2017 | Vol. 6, Issue. 67

The Perspectives: Employers and Risk Managers

Can an employer be subject to liability for an injury related to an employee’s teeth? And, what is a potential strategy for the employer to use?  

June 6, 2017 | MLP 2017 | Vol. 6, Issue. 67

The Perspectives: Attorneys

What proof is needed for a claim of injury resulting from an independent medical evaluation? And, what is a potential strategy for the attorney to employ?

June 5, 2013 | MLP 2013 | Vol. 2, Issue. 19

The Perspectives: Physicians and Health Providers

How can liability for medical malpractice and negligence be avoided for an injury resulting from an independent medical evaluation? And, what is a potential strategy for the physician to employ?

June 5, 2013 | MLP 2013 | Vol. 2, Issue. 19

The Perspectives: Insurers

What strategy can an insurer employ to avoid payout under a professional liability policy for a health provider’s actions in performing a third-party medical evaluation? And, how can an insurer avoid liability related to an IME requested by the insurer? 

June 5, 2013 | MLP 2013 | Vol. 2, Issue. 19

The Perspectives: Employers and Risk Managers

Can an employer be subject to liability for an injury related to an independent medical evaluation? And, what is a potential strategy for the employer to use?

June 5, 2013 | MLP 2013 | Vol. 2, Issue. 19

The Perspectives: Attorneys

What proof is needed to establish malpractice or negligence involving the use or implantation of a pain pump? And, what is a potential strategy for the attorney to employ?

June 4, 2014 | MLP 2014 | Vol. 3, Issue. 31

The Perspectives: Physicians and Health Providers

How can liability for medical malpractice be avoided for an injury related to the use or implantation of a pain pump? And, what is a potential strategy for the physician to employ?

June 4, 2014 | MLP 2014 | Vol. 3, Issue. 31

The Perspectives: Insurers

Can a payout under a medical malpractice liability policy be avoided by proof that the health provider was not negligent or that the pain pump injury was not caused by the health provider’s actions? And, what is a potential strategy for the insurer to employ?

June 4, 2014 | MLP 2014 | Vol. 3, Issue. 31

The Perspectives: Employers and Risk Managers

Can an employer be subject to liability for an employee’s injury from a pain pump? And, what is a potential strategy for the employer to use? 

June 4, 2014 | MLP 2014 | Vol. 3, Issue. 31

The Perspectives: Bonus: Manufacturers

How can a manufacturer avoid liability for an injury related to a pain pump? What is a potential strategy for the manufacturer to use? 

June 4, 2014 | MLP 2014 | Vol. 3, Issue. 31

The Perspectives: Attorneys

What proof is needed to establish medical malpractice or negligence related to weight-loss surgery? And, what is a potential strategy for the attorney to employ?

June 2, 2015 | MLP 2015 | Vol. 4, Issue. 43

The Perspectives: Physicians and Health Providers

How can liability for medical malpractice be avoided for an injury resulting from weight-loss surgery? And, what is a potential strategy for the physician to employ?

June 2, 2015 | MLP 2015 | Vol. 4, Issue. 43

The Perspectives: Insurers

Can a payout under a medical malpractice liability policy be avoided by proof that the health provider was not negligent or there was no coverage for the physician’s negligence? And, what is a potential strategy for the insurer to employ? 

June 2, 2015 | MLP 2015 | Vol. 4, Issue. 43

The Perspectives: Employers and Risk Managers

Can an employer be liable for the costs of an employee’s weight-loss surgery? And, what is a potential strategy for the employer to use?

June 2, 2015 | MLP 2015 | Vol. 4, Issue. 43

The Perspectives: Attorneys

What proof is needed to prove medical malpractice for failure to order or perform a CT scan?

June 1, 2012 | MLP 2012 | Vol. 1, Issue. 7

The Perspectives: Physicians and Health Providers

How can liability for medical malpractice be avoided for injuries related to CT scans?

June 1, 2012 | MLP 2012 | Vol. 1, Issue. 7

The Perspectives: Insurers

Can a payout under a medical malpractice liability policy for an injury involving a CT scan be avoided by proof that the health provider was not negligent or the injury was not caused by the health provider’s actions?

June 1, 2012 | MLP 2012 | Vol. 1, Issue. 7

The Perspectives: Employers and Risk Managers

Can an employer be subject to liability for injuries caused by overexposure to radiation from CT scans?

June 1, 2012 | MLP 2012 | Vol. 1, Issue. 7

The Perspectives: Attorneys

What proof is needed to establish medical malpractice related to an organ transplant? And, what is a potential strategy for the attorney to employ?

July 7, 2015 | MLP 2015 | Vol. 4, Issue. 44

The Perspectives: Physicians and Health Providers

How can liability for medical malpractice involving an organ transplant be avoided? And, what is a potential strategy for the physician to employ?

July 7, 2015 | MLP 2015 | Vol. 4, Issue. 44

The Perspectives: Insurers

Can a payout under a medical malpractice liability policy be avoided by proof that the health provider was not negligent or there was no coverage for the health provider’s actions? And, what is a potential strategy for the insurer to employ? 

July 7, 2015 | MLP 2015 | Vol. 4, Issue. 44

The Perspectives: Employers and Managers

Can an employer be subject to liability for an employee’s organ transplant? And, what is a potential strategy for the employer to use?

July 7, 2015 | MLP 2015 | Vol. 4, Issue. 44

The Perspectives: Attorneys

What proof is needed to recover damages in an action for malpractice related to genetic testing or counseling? And, what is a potential strategy for the attorney to employ?

July 5, 2016 | MLP 2016 | Vol. 5, Issue. 56

The Perspectives: Physicians and Health Providers

How can liability for medical malpractice related to genetic testing or counseling be avoided by a physician or genetic counselor? And, what is a potential strategy for the provider to employ?

July 5, 2016 | MLP 2016 | Vol. 5, Issue. 56

The Perspectives: Insurers

Can an insurer be found liable for discrimination based on genetic information? And, what is a potential strategy for the insurer to employ?

July 5, 2016 | MLP 2016 | Vol. 5, Issue. 56

The Perspectives: Employers and Risk Managers

Can an employer be subject to liability for the use of employee genetic information? And, what is a potential strategy for the employer to use?

July 5, 2016 | MLP 2016 | Vol. 5, Issue. 56

The Perspectives: Attorneys

What proof is needed to establish liability for an asthma-related injury? And, what is a potential strategy for the attorney to employ?

July 4, 2017 | MLP 2017 | Vol. 6, Issue. 68

The Perspectives: Physicians and Health Providers

How can liability for medical malpractice be avoided for an injury related to the diagnosis or treatment of asthma? And, what is a potential strategy for the physician to employ?

July 4, 2017 | MLP 2017 | Vol. 6, Issue. 68

The Perspectives: Insurers

Can a payout under a medical malpractice liability policy for an injury related to the diagnosis or treatment of asthma be avoided by proof that the health provider was not negligent or there was no coverage for the provider’s actions? And, what is a potential strategy for the insurer to employ?

July 4, 2017 | MLP 2017 | Vol. 6, Issue. 68

The Perspectives: Employers and Risk Managers

Can an employer be subject to liability for an employee’s asthma or asthma-related injury? And, what is a potential strategy for the employer to use?

July 4, 2017 | MLP 2017 | Vol. 6, Issue. 68

The Perspectives: Attorneys

What proof is needed for a lack of informed consent claim, alone or as part of a medical malpractice or negligence action, related to a hip or knee replacement? And, what is a potential strategy for the attorney to employ?

July 3, 2013 | MLP 2013 | Vol. 2, Issue. 20

The Perspectives: Physicians and Health Providers

How can liability for medical malpractice be avoided for an injury related to a hip or knee replacement? And, what is a potential strategy for the orthopedic surgeon to employ?

July 3, 2013 | MLP 2013 | Vol. 2, Issue. 20

The Perspectives: Insurers

Can a payout under a medical malpractice liability policy be avoided by proof that the health provider was not negligent or there was no coverage for the patient’s injury related to a hip or knee replacement? And, what is a potential strategy for the insurer to employ? 

July 3, 2013 | MLP 2013 | Vol. 2, Issue. 20

The Perspectives: Employers and Risk Managers

Can an employer be subject to liability for injury resulting from a hip or knee replacement? And, what is a potential strategy for the employer to use? 

July 3, 2013 | MLP 2013 | Vol. 2, Issue. 20

The Perspectives: Bonus

How can a manufacturer avoid liability for an injury related to a hip or knee prosthetic implant? What is a potential strategy for the manufacturer to use? 

July 3, 2013 | MLP 2013 | Vol. 2, Issue. 20

The Perspectives: Attorneys

What proof is needed to recover on a claim of foodborne illness?

July 3, 2012 | MLP 2012 | Vol. 1, Issue. 8

The Perspectives: Physicians and Health Providers

How can liability for medical malpractice be avoided for a claim involving the diagnosis and treatment of a foodborne illness?

July 3, 2012 | MLP 2012 | Vol. 1, Issue. 8

The Perspectives: Insurers

Can a payout under a food company’s liability insurance policy for a foodborne illness claim be avoided by proof that the plaintiff’s illness was not foodborne or that the company’s food product was not contaminated with a foodborne pathogen? Alternatively, can the insurer rely on policy provisions to limit recovery under the policy?

July 3, 2012 | MLP 2012 | Vol. 1, Issue. 8

The Perspectives: Employers and Risk Managers

Can an employer be subject to liability for an employee’s foodborne illness? And, what is a potential strategy for the employer to use?

July 3, 2012 | MLP 2012 | Vol. 1, Issue. 8

The Perspectives: Bonus

How can a food company avoid liability for a foodborne illness? And, what is a potential strategy for the company to use?

July 3, 2012 | MLP 2012 | Vol. 1, Issue. 8

The Perspectives: Attorneys

What proof is needed for a lack of informed consent claim, alone or as part of a medical malpractice or negligence action, relating to a laser procedure? And, what is a potential strategy for the attorney to employ?

July 2, 2014 | MLP 2014 | Vol. 3, Issue. 32

The Perspectives: Physicians and Health Providers

How can liability for medical malpractice be avoided for an injury resulting from a laser procedure? And, what is a potential strategy for the physician to employ?

July 2, 2014 | MLP 2014 | Vol. 3, Issue. 32

The Perspectives: Insurers

Can a payout under a medical malpractice liability policy be avoided by proof that the health care provider was not negligent or there was no coverage for the laser surgery injury? And, what is a potential strategy for the insurer to employ? 

July 2, 2014 | MLP 2014 | Vol. 3, Issue. 32

The Perspectives: Employers and Risk Managers

Can an employer be subject to liability for an employee’s injury resulting from a surgical laser procedure? And, what is a potential strategy for the employer to use?

July 2, 2014 | MLP 2014 | Vol. 3, Issue. 32

The Perspectives: Bonus: Manufacturers

How can a manufacturer avoid liability for an injury related to a laser used in a medical procedure? What is a potential strategy for the manufacturer to use?

July 2, 2014 | MLP 2014 | Vol. 3, Issue. 32

The Perspectives: Attorneys

What proof is needed to establish medical malpractice or negligence for an injury resulting from prescription pain medication? And, what is a potential strategy for the attorney to employ?

January 8, 2014 | MLP 2014 | Vol. 3, Issue. 26

The Perspectives: Physicians and Health Providers

How can liability for medical malpractice be avoided for an injury involving prescription pain medication? And, what is a potential strategy for the physician to employ? 

January 8, 2014 | MLP 2014 | Vol. 3, Issue. 26

The Perspectives: Insurers

Can a payout under a medical malpractice liability policy be avoided by proof that the health provider was not negligent or there was no coverage for the injury resulting from prescription pain medication? And, what is a potential strategy for the insurer to employ?

January 8, 2014 | MLP 2014 | Vol. 3, Issue. 26

The Perspectives: Employers and Risk Managers

Can an employer be subject to liability for an injury caused by painkillers prescribed to an employee? And, what is a potential strategy for the employer to use?

January 8, 2014 | MLP 2014 | Vol. 3, Issue. 26

The Perspectives: Attorneys

What proof is needed to establish medical malpractice or negligence related to a patient’s labor and delivery? And, what is a potential strategy for the attorney to employ?

January 7, 2015 | MLP 2015 | Vol. 4, Issue. 38

The Perspectives: Physicians

How can liability for medical malpractice be avoided for an obstetrical injury occurring during labor and delivery? And, what is a potential strategy for the physician to employ?

January 7, 2015 | MLP 2015 | Vol. 4, Issue. 38

The Perspectives: Insurers

Can a payout under a medical malpractice liability policy be avoided by proof that the health provider was not negligent or there was no coverage for the provider’s actions related to a childbirth injury? And, what is a potential strategy for the insurer to employ?

January 7, 2015 | MLP 2015 | Vol. 4, Issue. 38

The Perspectives: Employers and Risk Managers

Can an employer be subject to liability for a health provider’s negligence or medical malpractice involving labor and delivery? And, what is a potential strategy for the employer to use?

January 7, 2015 | MLP 2015 | Vol. 4, Issue. 38

The Perspectives: Attorneys

What proof is needed to establish medical malpractice in the diagnosis or treatment of a thyroid disorder or condition? And, what is a potential strategy for the attorney to employ?

January 5, 2016 | MLP 2016 | Vol. 5, Issue. 50

The Perspectives: Physicians and Health Providers

How can liability for medical malpractice be avoided for an injury arising in connection with the diagnosis or treatment of a thyroid disorder or condition? And, what is a potential strategy for the physician to employ?

January 5, 2016 | MLP 2016 | Vol. 5, Issue. 50

The Perspectives: Insurers

Can a payout under a medical malpractice liability policy be avoided by proof that the health provider was not negligent or there was no coverage for the provider’s actions? And, what is a potential strategy for the insurer to employ? 

January 5, 2016 | MLP 2016 | Vol. 5, Issue. 50

The Perspectives: Employers and Risk Managers

Can an employer be subject to liability for an employee’s thyroid disorder or condition? And, what is a potential strategy for the employer to use?

January 5, 2016 | MLP 2016 | Vol. 5, Issue. 50

The Perspectives: Attorneys

What proof is needed to establish medical malpractice in the diagnosis or treatment of glaucoma? And, what is a potential strategy for the attorney to employ?

January 3, 2017 | MLP 2017 | Vol. 6, Issue. 62

The Perspectives: Physicians and Health Providers

How can liability for medical malpractice be avoided for an injury related to the diagnosis or treatment of glaucoma? And, what is a potential strategy for the physician to employ?

January 3, 2017 | MLP 2017 | Vol. 6, Issue. 62

The Perspectives: Insurers

Can a payout under a medical malpractice liability policy be avoided by proof that the health provider was not negligent or there was no coverage for the injury related to the diagnosis or treatment of glaucoma? And, what is a potential strategy for the insurer to employ? 

January 3, 2017 | MLP 2017 | Vol. 6, Issue. 62

The Perspectives: Employers and Risk Managers

Can an employer be subject to liability for an employee’s glaucoma? And, what is a potential strategy for the employer to use? 

January 3, 2017 | MLP 2017 | Vol. 6, Issue. 62

The Perspectives: Attorneys

What proof is needed for a hospital to be found liable for a patient’s nosocomial infection?

January 3, 2012 | MLP 2012 | Vol. 1, Issue. 2

The Perspectives: Physicians and Health Providers

How can liability for medical malpractice be avoided for a patient’s infection acquired while at the hospital?

January 3, 2012 | MLP 2012 | Vol. 1, Issue. 2

The Perspectives: Insurers

Can a payout under a medical malpractice liability policy be avoided by proof that the health provider was not negligent, or proof there was no coverage for a nosocomial infection?

January 3, 2012 | MLP 2012 | Vol. 1, Issue. 2

The Perspectives: Employers and Risk Managers

Can a hospital be subject to liability for a nosocomial infection under the doctrine of respondeat superior?

January 3, 2012 | MLP 2012 | Vol. 1, Issue. 2

The Perspectives: Attorneys

What proof is needed for a claim of vaccine-related injury? And, what is a potential strategy for the attorney to employ?

January 2, 2013 | MLP 2013 | Vol. 2, Issue. 14

The Perspectives: Physicians and Health Providers

How can liability for medical malpractice be avoided for an injury related to vaccination of a patient? And, what is a potential strategy for the physician to employ?

January 2, 2013 | MLP 2013 | Vol. 2, Issue. 14

The Perspectives: Insurers

Can a payout under a medical malpractice liability policy be avoided by proof that the health provider was not negligent or there was no coverage for vaccine-related injuries? And, what is a potential strategy for the insurer to employ? 

January 2, 2013 | MLP 2013 | Vol. 2, Issue. 14

The Perspectives: Employers and Risk Managers

Can an employer be subject to liability for an employee’s vaccine-related injury? And, what is a potential strategy for the employer to use?

January 2, 2013 | MLP 2013 | Vol. 2, Issue. 14

The Perspectives: Bonus: Manufacturers

How can a manufacturer avoid liability for a vaccine-related injury? And, what is a potential strategy for the manufacturer to employ? 

January 2, 2013 | MLP 2013 | Vol. 2, Issue. 14

The Perspectives: Attorneys

What proof is needed to prevail on a claim for an injury related to Parkinson’s disease? And, what is a potential strategy for the attorney to employ?

February 7, 2017 | MLP 2017 | Vol. 6, Issue. 63

The Perspectives: Physicians and Health Providers

How can liability for medical malpractice be avoided for an injury related to a patient’s Parkinson’s disease? And, what is a potential strategy for the physician to employ?

February 7, 2017 | MLP 2017 | Vol. 6, Issue. 63

The Perspectives: Insurers

Can a payout under a medical malpractice liability policy be avoided by proof that the health provider was not negligent or there was no coverage for the injury related to Parkinson’s disease? And, what is a potential strategy for the insurer to employ? 

February 7, 2017 | MLP 2017 | Vol. 6, Issue. 63

The Perspectives: Employers and Risk Managers

Can an employer be subject to liability for an employee’s Parkinson’s disease or a related injury? And, what is a potential strategy for the employer to use?

February 7, 2017 | MLP 2017 | Vol. 6, Issue. 63

The Perspectives: Attorneys

What facts are needed to prove injury from oral contraceptive use?

February 7, 2012 | MLP 2012 | Vol. 1, Issue. 3

The Perspectives: Physicians and Health Providers

How can liability for medical malpractice be avoided for injury from oral contraceptive use?

February 7, 2012 | MLP 2012 | Vol. 1, Issue. 3

The Perspectives: Insurers

Can a payout under a medical malpractice liability or a manufacturer’s policy be avoided by proof that the injury was not caused by the physician’s or drug manufacturer’s actions?

February 7, 2012 | MLP 2012 | Vol. 1, Issue. 3

The Perspectives: Employers and Risk Managers

Can a hospital be subject to liability for an injury from prescription of oral contraceptives by an employee-physician under the doctrine of respondeat superior?

February 7, 2012 | MLP 2012 | Vol. 1, Issue. 3

The Perspectives: Bonus: Manufacturers

What attempts have been made to find the manufacturer liable for injury from use of its oral contraceptive?

February 7, 2012 | MLP 2012 | Vol. 1, Issue. 3

The Perspectives: Attorneys

What proof is needed for liability for negligence by an emergency medical services care provider responding to a medical emergency? And, what is a potential strategy for the attorney to employ?

February 6, 2013 | MLP 2013 | Vol. 2, Issue. 15

The Perspectives: EMS Care Providers

How can liability for negligence in providing emergency medical aid be avoided for an injury related to treatment by an emergency medical services care provider? And, what is a potential strategy for the EMS care provider to employ?

February 6, 2013 | MLP 2013 | Vol. 2, Issue. 15

The Perspectives: Insurers

Can a payout under a negligence liability policy be avoided by proof that the health provider was not negligent or there was no coverage for willful misconduct? And, what is a potential strategy for the insurer to employ?

February 6, 2013 | MLP 2013 | Vol. 2, Issue. 15

The Perspectives: Employers and Risk Managers

Can an emergency medical services organization be subject to liability for the negligent actions of its EMS care providers? And, what is a potential strategy for the organization to use?

February 6, 2013 | MLP 2013 | Vol. 2, Issue. 15

The Perspectives: Attorneys

What proof is needed to establish malpractice in connection with the diagnosis or treatment of a congenital heart condition? And, what is a potential strategy for the attorney to employ?

February 5, 2014 | MLP 2014 | Vol. 3, Issue. 27

The Perspectives: Physicians and Health Providers

How can liability for medical malpractice be avoided for the diagnosis or treatment of a congenital heart condition? And, what is a potential strategy for the physician to employ?

February 5, 2014 | MLP 2014 | Vol. 3, Issue. 27

The Perspectives: Insurers

Can a payout under a medical malpractice liability policy be avoided by proof that the health provider was not negligent or there was no coverage for the patient’s injury? And, what is a potential strategy for the insurer to employ?

February 5, 2014 | MLP 2014 | Vol. 3, Issue. 27

The Perspectives: Employers and Risk Managers

Can an employer be subject to liability for a heart-related injury to an employee with a preexisting congenital heart condition? And, what is a potential strategy for the employer to use?

February 5, 2014 | MLP 2014 | Vol. 3, Issue. 27

The Perspectives: Attorneys

What proof is needed to establish medical malpractice or negligence in the diagnosis or treatment of heart disease? And, what is a potential strategy for the attorney to employ?

February 4, 2015 | MLP 2015 | Vol. 4, Issue. 39

The Perspectives: Physicians and Health Providers

How can liability for medical malpractice be avoided for an injury resulting from the diagnosis or treatment of heart disease? And, what is a potential strategy for the physician to employ?

February 4, 2015 | MLP 2015 | Vol. 4, Issue. 39

The Perspectives: Insurers

Can a payout under a medical malpractice liability policy be avoided by proof that the health provider was not negligent or there was no coverage for the provider’s actions? And, what is a potential strategy for the insurer to employ?

February 4, 2015 | MLP 2015 | Vol. 4, Issue. 39

The Perspectives: Employers and Risk Managers

Can an employer be subject to liability for an employee’s heart disease? And, what is a potential strategy for the employer to use? 

February 4, 2015 | MLP 2015 | Vol. 4, Issue. 39

The Perspectives: Attorneys

What proof is needed for a claim of lack of informed consent, alone or as part of a medical malpractice or negligence action, related to the diagnosis or treatment of infertility? And, what is a potential strategy for the attorney to employ?

February 2, 2016 | MLP 2016 | Vol. 5, Issue. 51

The Perspectives: Physicians and Health Providers

How can liability for medical malpractice be avoided for an injury related to a patient’s infertility? And, what is a potential strategy for the physician to employ?

February 2, 2016 | MLP 2016 | Vol. 5, Issue. 51

The Perspectives: Insurers

Can a payout under a medical malpractice liability policy be avoided by proof that the health provider was not negligent in connection with the diagnosis or treatment of infertility? And, what is a potential strategy for the insurer to employ? 

February 2, 2016 | MLP 2016 | Vol. 5, Issue. 51

The Perspectives: Employers and Risk Managers

Can an employer be subject to liability for an employee’s infertility? And, what is a potential strategy for the employer to use?

February 2, 2016 | MLP 2016 | Vol. 5, Issue. 51

The Perspectives: Attorneys

What proof is needed for a claim of medical malpractice or lack of informed consent for a procedure related to a patient’s gastrointestinal disease or disorder? And, what is a potential strategy for the attorney to employ?

December 6, 2016 | MLP 2016 | Vol. 5, Issue. 61

The Perspectives: Physicians and Health Providers

How can liability for medical malpractice be avoided for an injury related to a gastrointestinal disease or disorder? And, what is a potential strategy for the physician to employ?

December 6, 2016 | MLP 2016 | Vol. 5, Issue. 61

The Perspectives: Insurers

Can a payout under a medical malpractice liability policy be avoided by proof that the health provider was not negligent or there was no coverage for an injury related to a gastrointestinal disease or disorder? And, what is a potential strategy for the insurer to employ? 

December 6, 2016 | MLP 2016 | Vol. 5, Issue. 61

The Perspectives: Employers and Risk Managers

Can an employer be subject to liability for an employee’s gastrointestinal disease or disorder? And, what is a potential strategy for the employer to use?

December 6, 2016 | MLP 2016 | Vol. 5, Issue. 61

The Perspectives: Attorneys

Why is a subjective impairment, such as whiplash or fibromyalgia, so difficult to prove, and what proof must be shown for your client to be successful in litigation?

December 6, 2011 | MLP 2011 | Vol. 1, Issue. 1

The Perspectives: Physicians and Health Providers

Why does the diagnosis of a subjective impairment expose the provider to controversy and claims of malpractice?

December 6, 2011 | MLP 2011 | Vol. 1, Issue. 1

The Perspectives: Insurers

Can the diagnosis of a subjective impairment be disproved and coverage denied to limit payouts?

December 6, 2011 | MLP 2011 | Vol. 1, Issue. 1

The Perspectives: Employers and Risk Managers

Can subjective impairments subject the employer to worker’s compensation payouts, less-productive or absent employees, and what can be done to prevent this loss?

December 6, 2011 | MLP 2011 | Vol. 1, Issue. 1

The Perspectives: Attorneys

What proof is needed for a malpractice claim involving emergency medical treatment? And, what is a potential strategy for the attorney to employ?

December 5, 2012 | MLP 2012 | Vol. 1, Issue. 13

The Perspectives: Physicians and Health Providers

How can liability for medical malpractice be avoided for an injury involving emergency medical treatment? And, what is a potential strategy for the physician to employ?

December 5, 2012 | MLP 2012 | Vol. 1, Issue. 13

The Perspectives: Insurers

Can a payout under a medical malpractice liability policy be avoided by proof that the health provider was not negligent or there was no coverage for a medical malpractice claim against an emergency room physician? And, what is a potential strategy for the insurer to employ?

December 5, 2012 | MLP 2012 | Vol. 1, Issue. 13

The Perspectives: Employers and Risk Managers

Can an employer such as a hospital be subject to liability for injuries caused by malpractice involving emergency medical treatment? And, what is a potential strategy for the employer to use?

December 5, 2012 | MLP 2012 | Vol. 1, Issue. 13

The Perspectives: Attorneys

What proof is needed to establish medical malpractice or negligence for an injury resulting from a blood clot? And, what is a potential strategy for the attorney to employ?

December 4, 2013 | MLP 2013 | Vol. 2, Issue. 25

The Perspectives: Physicians and Health Providers

How can liability for medical malpractice be avoided for a blood clot injury? And, what is a potential strategy for the physician to employ?

December 4, 2013 | MLP 2013 | Vol. 2, Issue. 25

The Perspectives: Insurers

Can a payout under a medical malpractice liability policy be avoided by proof that the health provider was not negligent or there was no coverage for a blood clot injury? And, what is a potential strategy for the insurer to employ?

December 4, 2013 | MLP 2013 | Vol. 2, Issue. 25

The Perspectives: Employers and Risk Managers

Can an employer be subject to liability for an injury resulting from a blood clot? And, what is a potential strategy for the employer to use?

December 4, 2013 | MLP 2013 | Vol. 2, Issue. 25

The Perspectives: Attorneys

What proof is needed to establish a psychiatrist or other health care provider’s medical malpractice or negligence in diagnosing or treating depression? And, what is a potential strategy for the attorney to employ?

December 3, 2014 | MLP 2014 | Vol. 3, Issue. 37

The Perspectives: Physicians

How can liability for medical malpractice be avoided for an injury involving the diagnosis or treatment of depression? And, what is a potential strategy for the physician to employ?

December 3, 2014 | MLP 2014 | Vol. 3, Issue. 37

The Perspectives: Insurers

Can a payout under a medical malpractice liability policy be avoided by proof that the health provider was not negligent or there was no coverage for the provider’s actions? And, what is a potential strategy for the insurer to employ?

December 3, 2014 | MLP 2014 | Vol. 3, Issue. 37

The Perspectives: Employers and Risk Managers

Can an employer be subject to liability for an employee’s depression? And, what is a potential strategy for the employer to use? 

December 3, 2014 | MLP 2014 | Vol. 3, Issue. 37

The Perspectives: Attorneys

What proof is needed for a claim of lack of informed consent, alone or as part of a medical malpractice or negligence action, related to the treatment of pneumonia? And, what is a potential strategy for the attorney to employ?

December 1, 2015 | MLP 2015 | Vol. 4, Issue. 49

The Perspectives: Physicians and Health Providers

How can liability for medical malpractice be avoided for an injury related to the diagnosis or treatment of pneumonia? And, what is a potential strategy for the physician to employ?

December 1, 2015 | MLP 2015 | Vol. 4, Issue. 49

The Perspectives: Insurers

Can a payout under a medical malpractice liability policy be avoided by proof that the health provider was not negligent or there was no coverage for the provider’s actions? And, what is a potential strategy for the insurer to employ?

December 1, 2015 | MLP 2015 | Vol. 4, Issue. 49

The Perspectives: Employers and Risk Managers

Can an employer be subject to liability for an employee’s pneumonia? And, what is a potential strategy for the employer to use?

December 1, 2015 | MLP 2015 | Vol. 4, Issue. 49

The Perspectives: Attorneys

What proof is needed to establish medical malpractice when an injury results from surgical misidentification? And, what is a potential strategy for the patient’s attorney to employ?

August 7, 2013 | MLP 2013 | Vol. 2, Issue. 21

The Perspectives: Physicians and Health Providers

How can liability for medical malpractice be avoided for a surgical misidentification? And, what is a potential strategy for the physician to employ?

August 7, 2013 | MLP 2013 | Vol. 2, Issue. 21

The Perspectives: Insurers

Can a payout under a medical malpractice liability policy be avoided by proof that the health provider was not negligent or there was no coverage for the surgical misidentification injury? And, what is a potential strategy for the insurer to employ?

August 7, 2013 | MLP 2013 | Vol. 2, Issue. 21

The Perspectives: Employers and Risk Managers

Can an employer such as a hospital be subject to liability for an injury resulting from an employee or agent’s surgical misidentification? And, what is a potential strategy for the employer to use?

August 7, 2013 | MLP 2013 | Vol. 2, Issue. 21

The Perspectives: Attorneys

What proof is needed to show anesthesia malpractice? And, what is a potential strategy for the attorney to employ?

August 7, 2012 | MLP 2012 | Vol. 1, Issue. 9

The Perspectives: Physicians and Health Providers

How can liability for medical malpractice be avoided for an anesthesia injury? And, what is a potential strategy for the anesthesiologist to employ?

August 7, 2012 | MLP 2012 | Vol. 1, Issue. 9

The Perspectives: Insurers

Can a payout under a medical malpractice liability policy be avoided by proof that the health provider was not negligent or there was no coverage for anesthesiology injuries?

August 7, 2012 | MLP 2012 | Vol. 1, Issue. 9

The Perspectives: Employers and Risk Managers

Can an employer be subject to liability for injuries caused by an anesthesiologist's error?

August 7, 2012 | MLP 2012 | Vol. 1, Issue. 9

The Perspectives: Attorneys

What proof is needed to establish medical malpractice or negligence for an injury resulting from the diagnosis or treatment of epilepsy or a seizure disorder? And, what is a potential strategy for the attorney to employ?

August 6, 2014 | MLP 2014 | Vol. 3, Issue. 33

The Perspectives: Physicians and Health Providers

How can liability for medical malpractice be avoided for an injury related to the diagnosis or treatment of epilepsy or seizure disorders? And, what is a potential strategy for the physician to employ?

August 6, 2014 | MLP 2014 | Vol. 3, Issue. 33

The Perspectives: Insurers

Can a payout under a medical malpractice liability policy be avoided by proof that the health provider was not negligent in diagnosing or treating epilepsy or a seizure disorder or there was no coverage for the provider’s actions? And, what is a potential strategy for the insurer to employ?

August 6, 2014 | MLP 2014 | Vol. 3, Issue. 33

The Perspectives: Employers and Risk Managers

Can an employer be subject to liability for injuries related to epilepsy or seizure disorders? And, what is a potential strategy for the employer to use? 

August 6, 2014 | MLP 2014 | Vol. 3, Issue. 33

The Perspectives: Attorneys

What proof is needed to establish a pediatrician or other provider’s medical malpractice liability for an injury involving a disease or condition of childhood? And, what is a potential strategy for the attorney to employ?

August 4, 2015 | MLP 2015 | Vol. 4, Issue. 45

The Perspectives: Physicians and Health Providers

How can liability for medical malpractice related to a childhood disease or condition be avoided by a pediatrician or other provider? And, what is a potential strategy for the provider to employ?

August 4, 2015 | MLP 2015 | Vol. 4, Issue. 45

The Perspectives: Insurers

Can a payout under a medical malpractice liability policy be avoided by proof that the pediatrician or other health provider was not negligent or there was no coverage for the injury? And, what is a potential strategy for the insurer to employ? 

August 4, 2015 | MLP 2015 | Vol. 4, Issue. 45

The Perspectives: Employers and Risk Managers

Can a hospital or other employer, such as a pediatrician’s practice group, be subject to liability for an injury resulting from an employee or agent’s malpractice or negligence? And, what is a potential strategy for the employer to use?

August 4, 2015 | MLP 2015 | Vol. 4, Issue. 45

The Perspectives: Attorneys

What proof is needed to prevail on a claim for an injury related to multiple sclerosis? And, what is a potential strategy for the attorney to employ?

August 2, 2016 | MLP 2016 | Vol. 5, Issue. 57

The Perspectives: Physicians and Health Providers

How can liability for medical malpractice involving the diagnosis or treatment of multiple sclerosis be avoided? And, what is a potential strategy for the physician or other provider to employ?

August 2, 2016 | MLP 2016 | Vol. 5, Issue. 57

The Perspectives: Insurers

Can a payout under a medical malpractice liability policy for an injury related to the diagnosis or treatment of multiple sclerosis be avoided by proof that the health provider was not negligent or there was no coverage for the provider’s actions? And, what is a potential strategy for the insurer to employ?

August 2, 2016 | MLP 2016 | Vol. 5, Issue. 57

The Perspectives: Employers and Risk Managers

Can an employer be subject to liability for an employee’s multiple sclerosis? And, what is a potential strategy for the employer to use?

August 2, 2016 | MLP 2016 | Vol. 5, Issue. 57

The Perspectives: Attorneys

What proof is needed for a product liability claim related to chronic traumatic encephalopathy? And, what is a potential strategy for the attorney to employ?

August 1, 2017 | MLP 2017 | Vol. 6, Issue. 69

The Perspectives: Physicians and Health Providers

How can liability for medical malpractice be avoided for chronic traumatic encephalopathy? And, what is a potential strategy for the physician to employ?

August 1, 2017 | MLP 2017 | Vol. 6, Issue. 69

The Perspectives: Insurers

Can a payout under a disability or life insurance policy for a benefits claim related to an insured’s chronic traumatic encephalopathy be avoided? And, what is a potential strategy for the insurer to employ?

August 1, 2017 | MLP 2017 | Vol. 6, Issue. 69

The Perspectives: Employers and Risk Managers

Can an employer be subject to liability for an employee’s chronic traumatic encephalopathy? And, what is a potential strategy for the employer to use?

August 1, 2017 | MLP 2017 | Vol. 6, Issue. 69

The Perspectives: Attorneys

What proof is needed to establish liability for an autism-related injury? And, what is a potential strategy for the attorney to employ?

April 5, 2016 | MLP 2016 | Vol. 5, Issue. 53

The Perspectives: Physicians and Health Providers

How can liability for medical malpractice be avoided for an injury related to autism? And, what is a potential strategy for the physician to employ?

April 5, 2016 | MLP 2016 | Vol. 5, Issue. 53

The Perspectives: Insurers

Can a payout under a medical malpractice liability policy be avoided by proof that the health provider was not negligent or there was no coverage for the injury involving autism spectrum disorder? And, what is a potential strategy for the insurer to employ? 

April 5, 2016 | MLP 2016 | Vol. 5, Issue. 53

The Perspectives: Employers and Risk Managers

Can an employer be subject to liability for an autism-related injury? And, what is a potential strategy for the employer to use? 

April 5, 2016 | MLP 2016 | Vol. 5, Issue. 53

The Perspectives: Attorneys

What proof is needed to establish medical malpractice in the diagnosis or treatment of gestational diabetes? And, what is a potential strategy for the attorney to employ?

April 4, 2017 | MLP 2017 | Vol. 6, Issue. 65

The Perspectives: Physicians and Health Providers

How can liability for medical malpractice be avoided for an injury involving the diagnosis or treatment of gestational diabetes? And, what is a potential strategy for the physician to employ?

April 4, 2017 | MLP 2017 | Vol. 6, Issue. 65

The Perspectives: Insurers

Can a payout under a medical malpractice liability policy be avoided by proof that the health provider was not negligent or there was no coverage for the plaintiff’s injury related to gestational diabetes? And, what is a potential strategy for the insurer to employ? 

April 4, 2017 | MLP 2017 | Vol. 6, Issue. 65

The Perspectives: Employers and Risk Managers

Can an employer of a health provider be subject to liability for the provider’s negligence or medical malpractice involving gestational diabetes? And, what is a potential strategy for the employer to use? 

April 4, 2017 | MLP 2017 | Vol. 6, Issue. 65

The Perspectives: Attorneys

What proof is needed to demonstrate medical malpractice in litigation involving treatment by alternative or complementary medicine practitioners? And, what is a potential strategy for the attorney to employ?

April 3, 2013 | MLP 2013 | Vol. 2, Issue. 17

The Perspectives: Practitioners

How can liability for medical malpractice be avoided for an injury involving treatment using alternative or complementary medicine? And, what is a potential strategy for a practitioner to employ?

April 3, 2013 | MLP 2013 | Vol. 2, Issue. 17

The Perspectives: Insurers

Can a payout under a medical malpractice liability policy be avoided by proof that the practitioner was not negligent or there was no coverage for the injury involving alternative or complementary medicine? And, what is a potential strategy for the insurer to employ?

April 3, 2013 | MLP 2013 | Vol. 2, Issue. 17

The Perspectives: Employers and Risk Managers

Can an employer be subject to liability for injuries resulting from treatment using alternative or complementary medicine? And, what is a potential strategy for the employer to use?

April 3, 2013 | MLP 2013 | Vol. 2, Issue. 17

The Perspectives: Attorneys

What proof is needed for a claim of lack of informed consent related to the treatment of COPD? And, what is a potential strategy for the attorney to employ?

April 2, 2015 | MLP 2015 | Vol. 4, Issue. 41

The Perspectives: Physicians and Health Providers

How can liability for medical malpractice be avoided for an injury related to the diagnosis or treatment of COPD? And, what is a potential strategy for the physician to employ?

April 2, 2015 | MLP 2015 | Vol. 4, Issue. 41

The Perspectives: Insurers

Can a payout under a medical malpractice liability policy be avoided by proof that the health provider was not negligent or there was no coverage for the injury related to COPD? And, what is a potential strategy for the insurer to employ?

April 2, 2015 | MLP 2015 | Vol. 4, Issue. 41

The Perspectives: Employers and Risk Managers

Can an employer be subject to liability for an employee’s COPD? And, what is a potential strategy for the employer to use?

April 2, 2015 | MLP 2015 | Vol. 4, Issue. 41

The Perspectives: Attorneys

What proof is needed to establish medical malpractice or negligence for an injury resulting from the diagnosis or treatment of Lyme disease? And, what is a potential strategy for the attorney to employ

April 2, 2014 | MLP 2014 | Vol. 3, Issue. 29

The Perspectives: Physicians and Health Providers

How can liability for medical malpractice in diagnosing or treating Lyme disease be avoided? And, what is a potential strategy for the physician to employ?

April 2, 2014 | MLP 2014 | Vol. 3, Issue. 29

The Perspectives: Insurers

Can a payout under a medical malpractice liability policy be avoided by proof that the health provider was not negligent in diagnosing or treating Lyme disease or there was no coverage for the provider’s actions? And, what is a potential strategy for the insurer to employ?

April 2, 2014 | MLP 2014 | Vol. 3, Issue. 29

The Perspectives: Employers and Risk Managers

Can an employer be subject to liability for an employee’s contraction of Lyme disease? And, what is a potential strategy for the employer to use?

April 2, 2014 | MLP 2014 | Vol. 3, Issue. 29

The Perspectives: Attorneys

What proof is needed to prove medical malpractice from off-label use of a medical device?

April 1, 2012 | MLP 2012 | Vol. 1, Issue. 5

The Perspectives: Physicians and Health Providers

How can liability for medical malpractice be avoided for the off-label use of a medical device?

April 1, 2012 | MLP 2012 | Vol. 1, Issue. 5

The Perspectives: Insurers

Can a payout under a medical malpractice liability policy be avoided by proof that the health provider was not negligent or there was no professional liability coverage for off-label use of a medical device?

April 1, 2012 | MLP 2012 | Vol. 1, Issue. 5

The Perspectives: Employers and Risk Managers

Can a hospital be subject to liability for a physician’s off-label use of a medical device causing a patient injury?

April 1, 2012 | MLP 2012 | Vol. 1, Issue. 5

The Perspectives: Bonus

What attempts have been made to find medical device manufacturers liable for injury from the off-label use of their devices?

April 1, 2012 | MLP 2012 | Vol. 1, Issue. 5