The North Carolina Medical Board has made positive steps in the past few years to better regulate and discipline doctors in the state. However, a new bill in the North Carolina Senate is making it harder for the Medical Board to regulate licensed medical doctors. Among other things, it requires a panel, rather than a […]
Month: May 2009
The North Carolina Legislature is set to debate a new bill to end contributory negligence and adopt the Uniform Apportionment of Tort Responsibility Act This is a pretty big deal in North Carolina and will impact a lot of people in years and decades to come and its flying under the radar of most […]
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Image by Wolfiewolf via Flickr The Raleigh News and Observer has reported a “man bites dog” story. A dental patient is complaining that her dentist told her she needed an expensive dental treatment that a later dentist said was unnecessary. However, it is not the patient suing the dentist, but rather the dentist suing the […]