The trial lawyers' answer for New York's tanking medical malpractice fund: raise premiums on property, casualty, and health-insurance policyholders to keep the money flowing. At least that's the position attributed in this story to familiar Litigation Lobby figure Joanne Doroshow, whose Center for Justice and Democracy the reporter quaintly labels a "consumer" group despite its eagerness to make blameless consumers pay higher bills in hopes of heading off pressure for litigation reform.
At policyholders' expense
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