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Proposed U.S. Legislation Would Limit Damages in Medical Malpractice Actions

The National Center for State Courts reports that U.S. Senator John Ensign from Nevada has just introduced the Medical Care Access Protection Act of 2009, which, if passed, would dramatically change medical malpractice litigation.

The bill would reduce noneconomic jury verdicts in state and federal courts to $250,000 if one health care provider is sued, regardless of the number of plaintiffs. That award would increase to $500,000 when multiple health care providers were being sued.

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Text of Medical Malpractice Bill

Center for State Courts Article

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