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Virginia doctors’ group targets insurance red tape (access required)


Doctors say they are spending too much time seeking approval from insurance companies for their patient treatment, and they’re asking the General Assembly to help their cause. Physicians complain of complex and varying forms and procedures they must use to ...

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U.S. law trumps state failure-to-warn claim, court says (access required)


BALTIMORE, MD — A mother’s claim that major food producers failed to warn her that their bottled fluoridated water could damage her daughter’s teeth cannot proceed due to the companies’ compliance with federal labeling requirements, a federal appeals court has ...

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Court offers guidance on disability act claims (access required)


A disabled Arlington resident has struck out in his bid to force his condominium association to provide a handicapped parking space. The Supreme Court of Virginia upheld dismissal of the man’s claims in a Dec. 31 decision that addresses whether ...

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Liberty U., family trade charges of abuse of infirm benefactor (access required)

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Surviving family members of a longtime Liberty University benefactor claim that school representatives hounded the elderly donor with aggressive solicitation in his final days, even telling him he would not go to heaven unless he left his assets to the ...

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