From a Defense Perspective

The Collateral Source Rule and Obamacare Darryl S. Weiman,  MD JD Professor of Cardiothoracic Surgery at the University of Tennessee; also a lawyer published in the Huffington Post May 24, 2016

Can the ACA Help Reduce Jury Awards?  Westchester County Business Journal by Gerald J. Heubel and James W. Kachadoorian  October 30, 2015

Using the ACA to Minimize Damages in Injury Settlements in Wisconsin National Business Institute  Matthew Falk, John P. Loringer and Mark D. Malloy December 2014

How Obamacare May Limit Projected Expenses in Personal Injury Life Care Plans  2014 Mark Yagerman ‘Max Bookman Smith Mazure Director Wilkins Young & Yagerman, P.C.

Can the Affordable Care Act Be Used To Mitigate Future Damages by Jack Hipp and Caryn L. Lilling  Winter 2014 Litigation Management

Obama’s ACA Severely Limits Future Economic Damages on Behalf of a Minor: Is This Good or Bad?  Stephen Brzezinski JD  29th Annual Steamboat Perinatal Conference January 2014

Affordable Care Act Has Potential to Limit a Defendant’s Exposure for Future Medical Costs in New York Personal Injury Litigation,  January 17, 2014,   by  Wilson Elser lawyers  John D. Morio  Joseph A.H. McGovern

The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act May Be Plaintiffs’ Foe in Personal Injury Actions  December 10, 2012  Kimberly A. Schroder,  Hall Remdeer Killian Heath & Lyman, Indianapolis, Indiana

Potential Effects of the Affordable Care Act on The Award of Life Care Expenses by Joshua Congdon-Hohman and Victor Matheson College of the Holy Cross Department of Economics  September 2012.

From A Plaintiff Perspective

The Collateral Source Rule and Obamacare  Darryl S. Weiman MD JD   The Huffington Post  May 24 2016

The Future of Medical Care Damages by Jay Angoff  September 2014  Trial Magazine, a publication of the American Association for Justice.

Aidan Ming-Ho Leung v. Verdugo Hills Hospital, 2013 WL 221654 (CA Ct. App., 2013)   The court held that “such evidence, standing alone, is irrelevant to prove reasonably certain insurance coverage…because it has no tendency in reason to prove that specific items of future care and treatment will be covered, the amount of that coverage, or the duration of that coverage

From an Elder Lawyer/ Special Needs Lawyer Perspective

The Affordable Care Act  David Lillesand and Scott Solkoff  National Aging and Law Institute November 2013

The Impact of the Affordable Care Act on Personal Injury Settlements  Thomas D. Begley Jr.   May 1, 2013

Obamacare and Special Needs Trusts  David Lillesand  Lillesand & Wolasky  Florida Special Needs Law Blog August 13, 2012




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