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Mark Bello

House Passes the Protecting Access To Care Act, but It’s Not Too Late To Be Heard

Yesterday, I penned “Act Today to Stop H.R. 1215 from Destroying Your Rights.” Hours later, the House passed H.R. 1215 by a vote of 218 to 210. The bill now heads to the Senate for review. Putting citizens at such […]

Mark Bello

Act Today to Stop H.R. 1215 from Destroying Your Rights

Today, the U.S. House of Representatives will be voting on the “Protecting Access to Care Act of 2017” or H.R. 1215. I, as well as others here, have written about H.R.1215 in the past, but for those readers that may […]

Mark Bello

Texas Continues to Attract Doctors that are “Bad to the Bone”

A Texas doctor was recently sentenced to life in prison for over 30 botched spinal surgeries that left patients seriously injured, paralyzed, or dead. Although the 44-year-old doctor is the first surgeon known to be imprisoned for a botched surgery, […]

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Can One Have Faith in Justice when Faith Itself is Corrupt?

Many of my readers know that I recently wrote the book, “Betrayal of Faith“. Some of you may have already read it; thank you and I hope you enjoyed it. For those that are not familiar with the book, “Betrayal […]

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Traumatic Brain Injury Case against Federal Government Results in $33.8M Verdict

A Miami family was awarded $33.8 million in a 2013 medical malpractice lawsuit against a federally funded health clinic, after an obstetrician was found negligent during delivery of their baby. The clinic serves many of Miami’s low-income and uninsured residents. […]

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Maryland Medical Negligence Case Shows the True Effects of Tort Reform

In our legal system, a person injured through the negligence of another can file a lawsuit seeking monetary compensation for damages. The Seventh Amendment to the Constitution ensures that civil cases can be heard and decided by a jury of […]

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Judge Denies New Trial in $53 Million Medical Malpractice Verdict

A judge recently upheld most of a jury’s $53 million medical malpractice verdict awarded to a woman and her 12-year-old son who was born with cerebral palsy and an intellectual disability. Twelve years ago, the woman was about 40 weeks […]

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Comparative Negligence: How Most States Deal with Cases Where Multiple Parties Cause Tragedy

I recently read an article about a case against Subaru that was scheduled for trial. The West Virginia lawsuit resulted from a fatal wreck on April 2, 2009. A 2002 Ford Explorer crossed the center line and hit a 1999 Subaru […]

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Texas Lawmaker Proposes Bill to Bar Lawsuits Over “Wrongful Birth”

What does a woman do if she becomes pregnant but discovers that her baby will have a severe mental disorder or seriously debilitating genetic disease? Should a woman be afforded the informed choice, weighing all factors, positive or negative, of […]

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Importance of Discovery Rule In Medical Malpractice Cases

Statute of limitations sets the time limit within which a patient can sue for medical malpractice, but the clock doesn’t always start with the negligent act. The discovery rule allows victims of medical malpractice the right to file a medical […]