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Watch: What Led to $25M Verdict in Nissan Brake Failure Trial

Posted by Courtroom View Network on Aug 26, 2020 2:27:15 PM

A $25 million verdict against Nissan for the brake failure that jurors found killed three people was named one of CVN’s Top 10 Must-Watch Automotive Product Liability trials. And now you can watch the most critical moments of that trial FREE thanks to our sponsor ChartSquad, with our Trial in 20 Minutes episode on the blockbuster case.

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Landmark Decision on Medical Records Turns Attorneys to a Unique Solution

Posted by Courtroom View Network on Mar 26, 2020 2:03:42 PM

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A recent federal court decision has set medical records regulations back more than a decade and resurrected document “profit centers” that have upended how lawyers receive critical records, an attorney for the nation’s leading patient-based records service told CVN. 

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New Study Reveals Startling Hidden Costs to Law Firms & How Practices Combat Them

Posted by Courtroom View Network on Jun 3, 2019 12:20:51 PM

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A recent nationwide study of law firms revealed surprising results on the hidden costs of medical records requests, and a stark contrast in how those requests impact their practices’ bottom lines.

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The HIPAA Application That Slashes Law Firms' Medical Records Costs

Posted by Courtroom View Network on Oct 26, 2018 11:12:45 AM

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The initial $22,000 bill for obtaining medical records in the client’s personal injury case wasn’t unusual in the industry. But the attorney needing those files paid only $51.50, through taking advantage of HIPAA and HITECH language, and an end-around to the explosion in time and medical-records costs that law firms have weathered over the past two decades.

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