Lawyer Malpractice Insurance

Malpractice Insurance protects lawyers and their firms against claims and lawsuits that have alleged damages caused by the lawyer or firm due to not providing proper legal services. It allows a lawyer or law firm to have a financial cushion in the event that a lawsuit should occur. This goes …

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How Can Medical Malpractice Costs Be Reduced?

While the cost of malpractice insurance has been on the rise in some parts of the United States, the medical community is beginning to urge lawmakers to take action now to fix medical malpractice laws and cut malpractice costs. Many people believe that limits should be placed on malpractice claims …

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Need a Lawyer?

CLA’s referral service is registered with the State Bar of California and conforms with the Minimum Standards for a Lawyer Referral Service in California Business and Professions Code Section 6155, both effective Regular Referrals Regular referrals are standard referrals for clients seeking representation to assist them with their creative arts or …

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Do I Have a Medical Malpractice Case?

When a doctor makes a mistake in diagnosis or treatment, it raises a number of concerns, first and foremost being the well-being of the patient and the impact of the error on his or her condition. Eventually, the incident may raise a different sort of red flag, when the patient …

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Why Medical Malpractice Cases Are So Expensive

If you have been injured by a doctor or a hospital and have talked with a lawyer, you know that medical malpractice cases are expensive to pursue. Why? There are multiple reasons, but three of the main reasons are experts, discovery, and trial. Experts In a medical malpractice case, the …

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What To Ask Medical Malpractice Lawyers

What do you ask medical malpractice lawyers when you have been injured by a medical provider and you are trying to find the right lawyer? Here are several suggestions. First, you need to find a lawyer who is experienced, knowledgeable, and willing to actually try a case in court. Next, …

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