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Driving While on the Cell Phone: Punitive Damage Awards Should Come through Loud and Clear

By May 2, 2013

By Richard I. Segal, Esq., Ira H. Leesfield, Esq. and Kurt Zaner, Esq. Socrates, as reported by Plato, noted that “[t]he unexamined life is not worth living.” Today, the “good life” that we usually seek would be somewhat removed from the values Socrates espoused.  Nonetheless, we all could agree that …

Medical Malpractice Reform Envisions $40 Billion in Savings for Floridians

By January 9, 2012

A group called Patients for Fair Compensation proposes a sweeping overhaul to create a workers comp-style system in the State of Florida that would adjudicate malpractice claims and curb the costly practice of “defensive medicine.” From Kenric Ward’s blog | Posted: January 8, 2012 4:24 PM Legislation has been introduced …