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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Finding Purpose After Prognosis

LOUISVILLE Despite spending a decade as a physical medicine and rehabilitation doctor specializing in spinal cord injury (SCI), Camilo Castillo,

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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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A Shoulder to Lean On

LONDON The prospect of surgery is at the least unsettling if not downright terrifying for many people. The questions whirl.

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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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Playing for the Home Team

LOUISVILLE Be it high school or college, homecoming is almost always held around a major school sporting event. There’s the

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Trading Pigs for Pigskin

LOUISVILLE Locker rooms are seldom renowned for their pleasant odors, but then again, neither are pig pens. While one-time aspiring

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OrthoBiologic & Regenerative Medicine: The Future of Healing Is Here, Now.

LEXINGTON Protein rich plasma, PRP, is a current topic of discussion. To gain more insight, we spoke with Danesh Mazloomdoost,

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Focus on Function First

LOUISVILLE Completing a 5K run is an admirable accomplishment for anyone. But, for someone who has suffered a traumatic brain

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Vaping and E-Cigarettes Add to Lung Disease

FRANKFORT You’ve seen them in stores and on billboards on the side of the road, and heard about them on

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