Tag Archives: Medical

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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The Biggest Mistakes Health Care Providers Make When Retiring, Closing or Relocating a Medical Practice

By George F. Indest III, J.D., M.P.A., LL.M., Board Certified by The Florida Bar in Health Law Health care professionals retire, sell or move their practices or they quit their jobs for more lucrative opportunities. In doing so, it is … Continue reading

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Bankruptcy and medical debt

With the passing of the Affordable Care Act, many people who had previously been unable to obtain insurance now enjoy the benefits of medical coverage. Unfortunately, the new act did little to eliminate a growing problem in the country which … Continue reading

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Bill Pending in New Jersey Legislature Would Protect Employment of Medical Marijuana Patients

New Jersey is among the majority of the states in the U.S. in allowing, under the supervision of a doctor, the possession and use of marijuana for medical purposes. The New Jersey Compassionate Use Medical Marijuana Act (CUMA), N.J. Rev. … Continue reading

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