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Kentucky Does Not Recognize “Negligent Credentialing” as a Cause of Action Against Hospitals

Lake Cumberland Regional Hospital, LLC v. Adams, 536 S.W.3d 683 (Ky. 2017) Under the “negligent credentialing” doctrine, the plaintiff will prevail in a suit against hospital when: (1) the hospital owed the patient a duty to insure a competent medical … Continue reading

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Stephanie McMahon, “Tax as Part of a Broken Budget: Good Taxes are Good Cause Enough”

By: Leandra Lederman Left to right: David Gamage, Leandra Lederman, Stephanie McMahon, Matt Metz (JD/MPA student)On February 28, Prof. Stephanie McMahon from the University of Cincinnati College of Law gave a faculty workshop at the Indiana University Maurer School of … Continue reading

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How Does Medical Malpractice Cause Brain Damage During Childbirth?

When brain damage occurs in infants, they may have been deprived of oxygen or suffered an injury during labor or delivery, and it may be the fault of medical professionals. Read more detail on Recent Products Liability posts – Justia … Continue reading

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Impaired Driving Not Cause for Dismissal of Assistant Fire Chief

February 22 2018 An Assistant Fire Chief driving is pulled over for suspected impaired driving whereupon he fails two breathalyzer tests.  He was driving the Fire Chief’s truck, which was impounded.  His licence is suspended for 90 days. Do you … Continue reading

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Tired Drivers Cause 8 Times as Many Car Crashes

Drowsy driving plays a role in nearly eight times as many accidents as federal estimates suggest, according to a study released Thursday. Using in-vehicle camera footage of thousands of drivers who had agreed to participate in the study, the AAA … Continue reading

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