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Saturday, March 8, 2008

Medical Malpractice, Tort Reform, and Insurance Reserves

A side-effect of Colorado's debate about raising the cap for noneconomic damages in med mal cases is a dispute over the size of the reserve of COPIC, the largest malpractice insurer in the state.  The Denver Business Journal has the details.


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