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April 23rd, 2012

Medical Liability Reform Having Great Desired Effects in North Carolina and Ohio

Over the past few years, doctors in both North Carolina and Ohio have seen a dramatic decrease in their insurance premiums, a decline in closed medical malpractice claims, and a significant decrease in total payments for medical liability. As a result, the market for physicians has stabilized and doctors are no longer fleeing the state out of fear of skyrocketing costs of medical liability insurance premiums. This has led to better access to competent doctors for all state citizens. . . . → Read More: Medical Liability Reform Having Great Desired Effects in North Carolina and Ohio

July 26th, 2011

NC Lawmakers Override Gov’s Veto of Much Needed Medical Liability Reform

Following similar action by their Senate colleagues earlier this month, members of the North Carolina House have voted bipartisanly to override Gov. Bev Perdue’s veto of important medical liability reform legislation . . . → Read More: NC Lawmakers Override Gov’s Veto of Much Needed Medical Liability Reform