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Florida Supreme Court Voids Private Malpractice Arbitration Agreement

Florida’s medical negligence laws provide for a system of “voluntary binding arbitration” that is supposed to make things easier for victims. In submitting to arbitration, the health care provider must admit liability. The arbitration is therefore limited to a determination of damages. The health care provider must also assume all costs associated with the arbitration. Read More

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Understanding the Role of Arbitration in Florida Medical Negligence Cases

When a patient intends to bring a medical negligence lawsuit under Florida law, the health care provider (or his insurance company) can make an “an offer to arbitrate in which liability is deemed admitted and arbitration will be held only on the issue of damages.” In some cases, arbitration offers a quicker and less costly Read More

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