John Michael Phillips’s Guides

John Michael Phillips

Jacksonville Personal Injury Lawyer.

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  1. Medical malpractice law in Oklahoma

    Written by attorney John Phillips, over 2 years ago.

    Medical malpractice law in Oklahoma is similar to that of many states and includes all manner of hospital employees and patients. In the case of most medical malpractice law, malpractice is defined by leaving the patient worse off than when they began. In some cases, it is very d...

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  2. Medical Malpractice Law in Oregon

    Written by attorney John Phillips, over 2 years ago.

    Medical malpractice law in Oregon is somewhat straightforward and contains very little subterfuge or boilerplate in the language of the law. For the most part, those who are afflicted with worse damages after having been serviced by the doctor then they suffered from previously a...

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  3. Medical Malpractice Law in Pennsylvania

    Written by attorney John Phillips, over 2 years ago.

    When dealing with medical malpractice law in Pennsylvania, it is important to understand that all these different types of laws are open to interpretation and are very likely to be more dependent on the plaintiff, the attorney and the doctors involved in any particular medical ma...

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  4. Medical malpractice law in Rhode Island

    Written by attorney John Phillips, over 2 years ago.

    Medical malpractice law in Rhode Island, much like the medical malpractice law in other states, is subject to all manner of constant litigation and efforts by attorneys to interpret and redefine the law. While so many individuals are busy attempting to sue doctors and physicians ...

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  5. Medical Malpractice Law in South Carolina

    Written by attorney John Phillips, over 2 years ago.

    With so many different individuals making medical malpractice law in South Carolina their topic of discussion in legal wrangling, it is hard to nail down the exact nature of medical malpractice law in the state. As long as attorneys continue to battle it out in every courtroom, t...

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  6. Medical Malpractice Law in South Dakota

    Written by attorney John Phillips, over 2 years ago.

    Medical malpractice law in South Dakota is considered to be a straightforward and clearly defined matter. In reality, very few laws are straightforward in any way, shape or form. With constant legal wrangling, the definition of the law can change on a regular basis, depending on ...

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  7. Tennessee Medical Malpractice

    Written by attorney John Phillips, over 2 years ago.

    With so much obscurity surrounding medical malpractice law in Tennessee, it is not surprising that so many attorneys and so many doctors spend so much time arguing the case in front of a court of law. With all of this litigation and battling to be victorious in the eyes of the co...

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  8. Medical malpractice law in Nebraska

    Written by attorney John Phillips, over 2 years ago.

    Medical malpractice law in Nebraska stipulates a strict 2-year statute of limitations, and the state's courts have yet to address whether ostensible or apparent agency can be used to hold a hospital liable for the acts of its physicians. Statutes of Limitations in Nebraska Medica...

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  9. Medical malpractice law in Nevada

    Written by attorney John Phillips, over 2 years ago.

    Medical malpractice law in Nevada has a statute of limitations of 4 years, follows a doctrine of modified comparative negligence, and does not cap damages. Statutes of Limitations in Nevada Medical malpractice actions initiated in the state of Nevada for injury or wrongful death ...

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  10. Medical malpractice law in New Hampshire

    Written by attorney John Phillips, over 2 years ago.

    Medical malpractice law in New Hampshire is subject to a three-year statute of limitations, and joint tortfeasors are both generally and severally liable. Statutes of Limitations in New Hampshire New Hampshire's two-year statute of limitations on malpractice suits has been held t...

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