We are relentless on your behalf.
The Doctors Company has an unmatched record of supporting medical liability reform and of vigorously advocating in defense of the practice of good medicine. We were founded on these principles, and we have worked tirelessly for more than 30 years to achieve a better balance between the rights of plaintiffs and defendants. We continue to seek tort reform that protects physicians against the seemingly limitless expansion of potential liability without compromising fair redress for those with real injuries.
Contribute to Our Political Action Committees
The Doctors Company’s state and federal political action committees (DOCPACs) advocate for and defend medical liability reforms in their respective states and in Congress. By contributing to a DOCPAC, you can help us in the fight to protect the practice of good medicine.
California’s Medical Injury Compensation Reform Act (MICRA) has served as a model for medical liability reform nationwide. See our briefing on the history, major provisions, and benefits of MICRA.
Recent Political Advocacy Articles
Fourth Quarter 2015, The Doctor's Advocate, Hal Dasinger
Damage Caps and Equal Protection: Two States, Two Views
Appellate courts in California and Florida recently dealt with constitutional challenges to noneconomic damage limits.
Third Quarter 2015, The Doctor's Advocate, Hal Dasinger
Why Handling Medical Malpractice Like Workers’ Comp Won’t End Lawsuits
Hal Dasinger scrutinizes a proposal aimed at turning medical liability into an administrative process akin to workers’ compensation.
Second Quarter 2015, The Doctor's Advocate, Hal Dasinger
SGR Fix Includes Standard of Care Language
An update on efforts to include language in a federal law to prevent unintended expansion of physician liability. candidates who, if elected, are likely to act in the best interests of our members.
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