Medical Malpractice: Complex issue requires special courts

side note: As the healthcare debate rages on, and tort reform is more frequently mentioned as a bargaining tool with the Republican Party, the idea of medical malpractice courts is gaining steam. Is this the answer to the tort reform debate?

In the continuing community debate over health-care reform, many writers have emphasized the need for tort reform.

However, the word today from Washington is that tort reform is currently dead.

But there is another alternative worth considering. CORE Courts.

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