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Missouri Omnibus Nursing Home Act provides protection to residents and employees

The Missouri Omnibus Nursing Home Act was enacted as a response to public concerns about the adequacy of state laws, regulation and oversight of the nursing home industry. 

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Who Protects the Patients?

The Missouri Board of Healing Arts falls short.

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Tort Reform Legislation is Unconsitutional
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Expert Witnesses

The Doctors’ Fraternity

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Medical Malpractice Statute of Limitations

Doctors and Hospitals Enjoy Shortened Statute of Limitations

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Tort Reform

Medical Malpractice Litigation Dramatically Reduced

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Collateral Source Rule

No Evidence of Insurance Allowed in Missouri Courts

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A Word About Auto Insurance

What you may not know about auto insurance

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