malpractice judgment

malpractice judgment

A payment by a doctor or health professional for damages (e.g., for death or personal injury). A malpractice judgment does not necessarily reflect that the physician’s medical competence is below the standard of care.
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375 million in noneconomic damages to a family that won a malpractice judgment against Eugene- based Oregon Medical Group in connection with a permanent injury suffered by a baby when his mother gave birth to him in 2004.
The VA national malpractice payments that year were $98,000 for mean pretrial settlement, $248,165 for mean settlement at trial and $413,000 for mean malpractice judgment.
Soon after the malpractice judgment, the partnership ceases operations, owing $250,000 to its leaseholder.
Nanes filed for bankruptcy but gave Miller $20,000 toward her medical malpractice judgment.
CAN YOU RELY ON YOUR HOSPITAL'S REPRESENTATION THAT IT WILL ACCEPT VICARIOUS LIABILITY FOR A MEDICAL MALPRACTICE JUDGMENT AGAINST YOU?
When Congress created it, members acknowledged that having to pay a malpractice judgment or settlement does not necessarily mean a doctor is incompetent.
In considering his action--or more appropriately, inaction--he recalled that this patient and her husband were both wealthy; a malpractice judgment or financial settlement wouldn't benefit them, particularly considering the little time remaining to the patient.
674 million medical malpractice judgment on behalf of a woman who sustained a permanent brain injury in a case against the United States government representing the Miami Veterans Affairs Medical Center (VAMC).
He has never had a medical malpractice judgment or settlement against him.
In what is believed to be the largest medical malpractice judgment ever in Ventura County, a jury has awarded $4.
These honors are based on Meyer's obtaining some of the largest personal injury awards and settlements in Massachusetts history, including a medical malpractice judgment of more than $30 million in a negligence case involving an infant who sustained brain damage.
In Bradley, the Eleventh Circuit decided that Medicare was bound by a state court decision allocating a nursing home malpractice judgment between a beneficiary and her family, and could not recover its MSP claim from other family members who were allocated a percentage of the settlement by the state court.