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September 2014 Archives

California's Proposition 46 would change malpractice caps

According to a recent report, support for a measure that attempts to decrease the number of possible medical malpractice incidents in California is not stable. The report suggests that support for Proposition 46, which would raise caps on pain and suffering payouts and require drug testing of physicians, decreases after voters learn about the possible side effects the law might have on health care costs.

California lawsuit allowed to proceed in salmonella case

At the center of a Santa Clara County lawsuit is a young child who contracted salmonella in a local hospital. According to the suit, the child's mother believes that the intestinal disorder spread in the nursery, ultimately infecting several infants. The hospital filed a motion to dismiss the suit, but a judge allowed it to proceed.

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