Is Kentucky Ready for Damage “Caps?”

On February 3, 2022, Kentucky House Representative Josh Bray (R-71) and Kentucky Senator Ralph Alvarado (R-28) each introduced legislation (House

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Informed Consent: Not a Mere Formality

Most healthcare malpractice claims allege a failure to properly diagnose or treat a medical condition, which is what most providers

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Critical Delays: The Importance of Meeting the Standard of Care for Cancer Diagnosis

One of the most common lawsuits in medical malpractice defense is a delay in diagnosis of cancer. According to the

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Legal Liability During the COVID-19 Pandemic – What Do We Know?

As of summer 2021, the U.S. counts over 35 million COVID-19 cases and more than 616,000 deaths. Nearly one-third of

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The COVID-19 Vaccine: Challenges, Opportunities, and What Employers Should Know

After a long and difficult year dealing with the COVID-19 pandemic, 2021 began with the positive news of effective coronavirus

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Telehealth Expansion in Kentucky 2020 During COVID-19: the Future?

In 2018, Kentucky became one of the first states to authorize physician use of telehealth and to prohibit health plans

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COVID-19 Immunity Protection for Healthcare Professionals

During the COVID-19 crisis, a number of state governments, including Kentucky’s, have taken steps to adopt new protections for the

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What would Kentucky’s Medicinal Marijuana Bill Mean for Practitioners?

As the Kentucky General Assembly convened in January, Kentucky remained one of 17 states without some form of legal medicinal

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