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Bill would bar insurance coverage for civil penalties

WASHINGTON – Legislation that would prohibit officers, directors and employees from buying insurance to prevent them from personally paying compensation clawbacks or civil penalties for harmful actions they commit has been introduced in the House.

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Small firm wins $3.4 million against doctor’s insurer

After winning a $22 million medical malpractice verdict on behalf of a young man who went into the hospital complaining of neck pain and left paralyzed from the waist down, lawyers for the man won a $3.4 million verdict last month in a companion case against a doctor’s insurance company for not covering the malpractice award.

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