Health care reform was heavily debated over the past year and continues to be a huge issue going into the new year. In this edition of Ringler Radio, host Larry Cohen welcomes colleague, Don J. Engels, Jr., associate in the Chicago office and guest, Attorney Philip H. “Flip” Corboy, Jr., partner in the firm of Corboy & Demetrio, to take a look at Health care reform and how it affects lawyers, legislation and the legal community. Larry, Don and Phillip will discuss healthcare costs, medmal caps and the great debate over the public option.
Catastrophic injury and wrongful death cases, construction negligence and medical malpractice are some key areas where litigation is intended to assign accountability for wrongdoing or negligence. But there are also times when those boundaries are stretched. Join Ringler Radio host, Larry Cohen and co-host, Donald J. Engels, an Associate for Ringler Associates, out of the Chicago office, as they turn to Attorney Paul P. Wolf, founding partner at the firm, Mitchell, Hoffman & Wolf in Chicago, a plaintiff attorney who also has been a defense attorney. Get an important viewpoint from both sides of the fence to discuss legal accountability.