Is a child’s life worth more than $250,000, if negligently killed by Medical Malpractice. The answer is no! Not since 1975 in the State of California. @JuryTrialLawyer Nicholas Rowley, has been featured on the Nation State and Play podcast to discuss the most regressive restriction on the Civil Rights of Health Care Patients in American history. MICRA is a one-size-fits-all $250,000 cap on Quality of Life and Wrongful Death Damages suffered by victims of Medical Malpractice, which just so happens to be the 3rd leading cause of death in America.
If you want to learn about California’s bought and paid for politicians and the political corruption that has kept this horrific law in place for almost 50 years, listen to this podcast and check out fairnessact.com to learn about the Fairness for Injured Patient Act (FIPA) which will fix this outdated law that makes insurance companies billions to the detriment of thousands of health care patients and families each year.
Together, we can improve health care, put an end to meritless lawsuits, save our State hundreds of millions of tax payer dollars each year, and most importantly save lives.