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Medical Malpractice: The New Wave of Constitutional Attacks on Damage Caps

By Alex Stein About forty-five years ago, tort reforms took off and states have started capping compensation awards for victims of medical malpractice. The plaintiffs bar countered this initiative by raising different constitutional challenges against caps. Those challenges alluded to equal … Continue reading

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