Tag Archives: Medical

Workers Comp and Medical Marijuana

The Maine Supreme Judicial Court has held that an employer cannot be required to reimburse for an injured employee's use of medical marijuana Through its enactment of the MMUMA, the Maine Legislature has exempted qualifying patients and other specified individuals… … Continue reading

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Organ Puncture or Perforation Caused by New York Medical Malpractice

When an organ has been punctured or perforated during surgery, the results can be devastating. If you or someone close to you has suffered this type of harm, you may be entitled to recover damages through a medical malpractice claim … Continue reading

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Former Hilton Grand Vacations Club Employee Says He was Fired while on Medical Leave

A Pinellas County man alleges he was wrongfully terminated by a timeshare sales company in Orange County while out on medical leave. The man filed a complaint on April 26 in the 9th Judicial Circuit Court of Florida – Orange … Continue reading

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In Virginia, How Much Can a Doctor Charge a Patient or an Attorney For Medical Records?

As you can imagine as part of my law practice I need to request a large amount of medical records for my clients.  I also, on occasion, have had to request my own medical records.  I am always surprised at … Continue reading

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Mapping out Oklahoma positions with approaching medical marijuana reform initiative vote

This recent article from Religion News Service, headlined "In red-state Oklahoma, marijuana ballot question splits people of faith," provides a great look at the range of perspectives on marijuana reform in Oklahoma with only weeks before a big initiative vote. … Continue reading

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