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Applicability of Uniform Administrative Procedures Act

October 30, 2014

Case:  The Chattanooga-Hamilton County Hospital Authority D/B/A Erlanger Health System v. United Healthcare Plan of The River Valley, Inc. D/B/A Americhoice and Tennessee Attorney General Issue:  Did Hospital challenge the applicability of TennCare regulations so as to divest the trial court of jurisdiction under the UAPA? Facts:  Hospital filed an action against TennCare managed care […]

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Tips and Advice on Choosing Your Doctor

September 9, 2014

Choosing your doctor, whether due to an accident, injury or simply general health matter, is amongst the most important decisions you will make. Unfortunately, it can also be amongst the most frustrating. However, if you follow a few simple universal guidelines, you can help ensure a successful choice that will aid in your recovery. The […]

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New Medical Malpractice Law Cheats Family from Justice

November 12, 2013

In a case decided recently by the Tennessee Court of Appeals, the family of a suicidal patient who killed himself at a crisis center was robbed of their day in court because of a technical defect, thanks to new laws making it harder to bring medical malpractice suits (now known as “health care liability actions”). […]

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Plaintiffs That Have Potential Medicare Claims Against Them Can Look Online

January 11, 2012

When representing a client that received medicare benefits while hospitalized for an injury that was caused by another person, it is always very important before reaching a financial settlement on behalf of such client to know what claims that Medicare may assert down the road. At https://mymedicare.gov once a client establishes an online account, one […]

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Inmates with Diabetes Have Rights when Medical Care Is Ignored

November 2, 2011

Inmates that receive poor medical care for Diabetes while incarcerated have protections under State and Federal law. Inmates may bring a claim under 42 U.S.C. § 1983 if they can establish that their constitutional rights were violated by guards or medical staff. The most common constitutional amendment implicated by inmates with diabetes is the Eighth […]

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