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Unconscious Colonoscopy Patient Sues Doctors He Says Mocked Him

Doctors mocked an unconscious colonoscopy patient, joking that he has syphilis and talking about firing a gun up his rectum, says a man whose cellphone allegedly captured audio of the entire affair. ...
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"Do Not Text" Registry Proposed

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In a great article The New York Post reports Night court is one of New York'’s more peculiar and paradoxical tourist traditions, a place visitors extol on travel websites while many residents hope ...
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How a jury determines the amount to award for pain and suffering in Connecticut?

How a jury determines the amount to award for pain and suffering in Connecticut? In some states, the plaintiff's attorney is prohibited from commenting on the value of pain and suffering. However, ...
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Connecticut's 52-590a Medical Opinion Letter Requirement - Reasonable Inquiry or Unreasonable Law

Connecticut's 52-590a Medical Opinion Letter Requirement - Reasonable Inquiry or Unreasonable Law In Connecticut, many medical malpractice cases are dismissed before the first witness can be ...
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