Blog Posts in November, 2015

  • 24-Nov-2015

    Non-Economic Damages in Malpractice Cases P.2

    In our previous post, we began speaking about non-economic damages in the context of medical malpractice litigation. Last time, we spoke about situations or reasons why noneconomic damages can be important in medical malpractice litigation: cases, ...
  • 17-Nov-2015

    Non-Economic Damages in Medical Malpractice Cases P.1

    In our last post, we mentioned a case which has been appealed to the Missouri Supreme Court involving the issue of whether a 2005 tort reform law bars non-economic damages in medical malpractice cases involving allegations of wrongful death. The case ...
  • 10-Nov-2015

    Appeal Involves Noneconomic Damages & Medical Malpractice

    Noneconomic damages can be a very important aspect of medical malpractice litigation, particularly in cases where economic damages are—for whatever reason—not adequate to justly compensate an injured patient. Unfortunately, some ...
  • 4-Nov-2015

    Proposal to Increase Trucking Weight Limit Struck Down

    When it comes to improving highway safety, no stone should be left unturned. One particularly important stone is trucking safety, and federal regulators, it seems, are continually working to work at improvements in this area. One of the more recent ...