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By: Savannah Pelfrey
Member, American Journal of Trial Advocacy
Telemedicine is a phenomenon within the health care world that is presumed to have started within the last decade; however, its history within the prison industry started much earlier. Continue reading “Are We in a Jail Health Care Crisis?”
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By: Lauren Wiggins
Research and Writing Editor, American Journal of Trial Advocacy
Medical bills are a primary source of damages that personal injury suits seek to recover. Those bills can be astronomical when such an injury requires treatment at a hospital whether through a few hours in the emergency department or an extended period of hospital admission. Continue reading “Alabama’s Amended Hospital Lien Laws”